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The State of STEM Labour Markets in Canada - Literature Review

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  • Natalia Mishagina

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In this paper we summarize views presented in recent literature regarding the state of the Canadian labour market for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) professionals. To a large extent, this market is affected by trends in the global market for high technology products and services. These global trends have been well-studied in the literature but mostly with respect to their effects on the United States, China, and India, whereas Canadian STEM labour market has received little attention. We propose topics of future research based on identified literature gaps and discuss issues related to data to make this research possible.

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  • Natalia Mishagina, 2012. "The State of STEM Labour Markets in Canada - Literature Review," CIRANO Project Reports 2012rp-08, CIRANO.
  • Handle: RePEc:cir:cirpro:2012rp-08
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