This report presents a 10-year (2018 to 2027) labour market forecast for the province of New Brunswick, and provides a broad overview of the types of jobs, industries and skills that will be in-demand in the province in the coming years.

This report provides an overview of older workers in the province, covering topics such as migration trends, education levels, labour force characteristics, and wages.
 

The report provides an overview of New Brunswick’s post-secondary system (universities, colleges, and apprenticeship programs) including analysis related to enrolment trends, student demographics, programs, and credentials granted.
 

 

This report provides a general overview of population trends in New Brunswick, including analysis on immigration, interprovincial migration, births, deaths, and the other components of population change.
 

The New Brunswick Minimum Wage Report provides basic information about changes to the provincial minimum wage rate, minimum wage earners, the cost of living and economic conditions in the province, as well as comparisons with other Canadian provinces and territories.

This report provides an overview of the province’s youth population, covering topics such as migration trends, education levels, labour force characteristics (both of students and non-students), and wages.
 

This report includes sex-disaggregated, New Brunswick-specific, statistics, and information on topics such as education levels, labour force characteristics, and wages.
 

This document covers some of the key findings from the 2017 Canadian Survey on Disability from a New Brunswick perspective.

A series of profiles that include data and analysis on New Brunswick’s five economic regions.

Thematic reports that capture New Brunswick-specific data from the 2016 Census of Population Program.

This report includes data and analysis covering the demographic changes that have occurred in our province in recent years, and an overview of our province’s labour force, including a look at under-represented groups in the labour force.

Provincial Results from the Program for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC)