Tool and die makers (NOC 7232)

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Changes have been made to the method for estimating job prospects per occupation. To better reflect the reality of the job market and the new method of estimation, the prospect diagnostics have been modified. Thus, the possible diagnostics are now excellent, good, limited and not published. For more information about the meaning of each diagnostic, see the glossary.

Job prospects-by occupation

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Job prospects-by occupation (2017-2021) Good   Good
Employment in 2016 1,500   1,500
Unemployment rate in 2016 Not published   Not published
Labor demand for (2017-2021) Not published   Not published
Significant commuting Not applicable   Not applicable
Significant seasonality No   No

Job prospects in all regions

Region Seasonality Commuting Prospects (2017-2021)
All of Québec No Not applicable Good
Abitibi-Témiscamingue Not published Not applicable Not published
Bas-Saint-Laurent Not published Not applicable Not published
Capitale-Nationale Not published Not applicable Not published
Centre-du-Québec No Not applicable Good
Chaudière-Appalaches No Not applicable Excellent
Côte-Nord Not published Not applicable Not published
Estrie No Not applicable Excellent
Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine Not published Not applicable Not published
Lanaudière Not published No Not published
Laurentides No Yes Good
Laval No Yes Excellent
Mauricie Not published Not applicable Not published
Montérégie No No Good
Montréal No No Excellent
Nord-du-Québec Not published Not applicable Not published
Outaouais Not published Not applicable Not published
Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean Not published Not applicable Not published
Census metropolitan area of Montréal No Not applicable Excellent
Census metropolitan area of Québec No Not applicable Excellent
Data for the Côte-Nord and Nord-du-Québec regions has been grouped together.