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Workforce Development

One of the priorities laid out in the Economic Development Lethbridge 2023-2026 Business Plan in the Busienss Retention & Expansion pillar is Workforce Development.







We know that keeping on top of monthly employment and workforce data is important to both employers and job seekers. Below you will find a highlight of the previous months employment data and access to the EDL Labour Demand Tool.



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In our continued work to help Lethbridge region job seekers and businesses, Economic Development
Lethbridge (EDL) has added a labour demand tool to our workforce development resources. This new digital tool uses Artificial
Intelligence to scrape local and national job boards, selected by EDL, then list all current, and past job postings in several
different formats. The tool, allows job finders to find potential employment opportunities all in one place, and allows business and industry to analyze workforce needs and patterns for certain sectors and communities.

Click Here to view the Labour Demand Tool

Click Here to view the Job Board
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Did You Know?

The London Road Neighbourhood was one Lethbridge's first residential areas. Nearly half of the existing houses in the neighbourhood were built during 1890 to 1914.