1000 Islands Region Workforce Development : LLMP Oct 2016 English
99 LLMP October 2016 | 1000 Islands Region Workforce Development Board metropolitan area. Net non-permanent residents Net non-permanent residents represent the variation in the number of non-permanent residents between two dates. Net temporary emigrants Net temporary emigration represents the variation in the number of temporary emigrants between two dates. Temporary emigration includes Canadian citizens and immigrants living temporarily abroad who have not maintained a usual place of residence in Canada. NOC National Occupation Classification Non-permanent residents A non-permanent resident belongs to one of the five following groups: • persons residing in Canada claiming refugee status; • persons residing in Canada who hold a study permit; • persons residing in Canada who hold a work permit; • persons residing in Canada who hold a minister’s permit; • All non-citizens who are dependants on a person claiming refugee status, or holding one of the permit listed above and living in Canada. Out-Migrant A person who takes up residence in another region with reference to the region of origin. Participation Rate Refers to the labour force expressed as a percentage of the population 15 years of age and over. Place of Residence Encompasses residents within a given area. Residents reside in this area, regardless of whether they work outside the area. If a table does not indicate otherwise, its data refers to Place of Residence. Place of Work Encompasses individuals working within a geographic boundary. These tables always have POW in their titles. Population Estimated population and population according to the census are both defined as being the number of Canadians whose usual place of residence is within that area, regardless of where they happened to be on Census Day. Also included are any Canadians staying in a dwelling in that area on Census Day and having no usual place of residence elsewhere in Canada, as well as those considered non-permanent residents.
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