Premier Unveils the Saskatchewan Labour Market Strategy, released by Saskatchewan on 04 March 2024

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Good day ladies and gentlemen, this is IRC news, I am Joy Stephen, a certified Canadian Immigration practitioner, and I bring to you this Provincial News Bulletin from the province of Saskatchewan. This recording originates from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario.

The Saskatchewan Labour Market Strategy Outlines the Roadmap to Build the Workforce Saskatchewan Needs to Support its Growing Economy

Today, Premier Scott Moe launched Building the Workforce for a Growing Economy: the Saskatchewan Labour Market Strategy, which outlines how the province will ensure Saskatchewan people benefit from the jobs our economy is creating, and that Saskatchewan employers have access to the workforce needed to succeed.
The Labour Market Strategy Focuses on three main pillars:

Preparing Saskatchewan People for Jobs
Recognizing Skills in Saskatchewan
International Recruitment
Through these pillars, the Strategy outlines how the province is preparing people for both current and emerging jobs in Saskatchewan, and aligning training opportunities in post-secondary institutions to the needs of industry. This ensures employers have the steady supply of the skilled labour employees they need, while also providing job seekers the opportunity to train for in-demand and available jobs. The Strategy also includes targeted programing designed to increase Indigenous engagement in the workforce, and increase opportunities for persons with disabilities to find employment.

Additionally, the Strategy ensures newcomers to Saskatchewan can work in the field in which they trained. Saskatchewan is taking steps to remove red tape to more efficiently recognize credentials obtained outside of the province, and will provide one-on-one support to individuals who need help navigating the credential recognition process for their occupation. 

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