Segmenting the Data – Regional labour market information on biotechnology in Canada

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A companion to the national LMI report – “Splicing the Data.”

The diversity of the bio-economy reflects the diversity of Canada itself. Across the country, biotechnology firms are engaged in a vast and varied array of work—spanning agriculture, pharmaceuticals, bioenergy, human health, life sciences, food processing and many more disciplines besides.
Understanding both national commonalities and regional differences is key to developing effective strategies for strengthening human resources in the bio-economy.