June 18, 2013
OTTAWA — School and work will be in the spotlight next week as Statistics Canada releases the second set of data from the 2011 National Household Survey (NHS).
All reports and data products pertaining to the release will be available at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time on June 26, 2013 on Statistics Canada’s website.
The June 26 release focuses on education and the labour force. It features two analytical reports.
- The first report will provide a descriptive profile of education in Canada including level of educational attainment, field of study and location of study. The report will examine post-secondary educational achievement across a spectrum of variables such as gender, age and geography.
- The second report will provide a descriptive portrait of the Canadian labour force. It will feature an industry profile, the most common occupations for men and women, as well as an overview of employment by level of educational attainment. The report will briefly touch on workers aged 55 and over and interprovincial mobility.
Three companion reports will also be available. They will analyze the educational attainment of Aboriginal peoples, commuting to work and language used in the workplace.
Statistics Canada’s experts in these areas will be available for interviews, which may be arranged in advance by calling our Media Hotline at 613-951-4636.
For more information, contact Media Relations at 613-951-4636 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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