Rural Manitoba

Explore the vibrant employment scene in Rural Manitoba, where Sales and service occupations shine at 22.8%. Uncover intriguing insights about the agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting sector’s 16,151 businesses in 2022. Click here to learn more!

Southwest Region

Employment in the region was dynamic between 2017 and 2022. It witnessed impressive growth in healthcare, retail, agriculture, and early childhood education, while sectors like transportation and hospitality stand resilient. Discover the full report for a deeper understanding.

Southeast Region

The Southeast’s job market is diverse. However, healthcare and social assistance reign supreme, making up 14% of total jobs. Retail trade and construction each hold 10%. Click to explore further insights.

South Central Region

Explore the diverse employment landscape in South Central, where advanced manufacturing holds 23% of total jobs. Dive deeper into local health services, retail trade, educational services, and agriculture sectors. Discover the full report for a comprehensive analysis.

North Central Region

Uncover the shifts in North Central’s employment trends from 2017 to 2022. Explore the decline in some roles and the growth in others, reflecting changes in education, healthcare, retail, and transportation sectors. Click for a comprehensive analysis.

Interlake Region

Journey through the Interlake’s employment landscape, with “Healthcare and social assistance” leading at 19%. Discover how other sectors contribute and gain deeper insights by exploring the full report.

Parkland Region

Step into Parkland’s employment data from 2017 to 2022, revealing significant growth in education and healthcare sectors. Explore the changing landscape of retail, food service, transportation, and agriculture. Don’t miss out on the full report.

Winnipeg Metro Region

Uncover the heart of Winnipeg Metro’s job market, led by the robust healthcare and social assistance sector at 14%. Key sectors like retail trade, manufacturing, education, and public administration follow closely at 8%. Click on the report for more valuable insights.

Capital Region

The region witnessed remarkable income growth in the Capital Region and Manitoba from 2015 to 2020. Capital Region’s average income increased to $130,825, reflecting positive trends in income while Manitoba’s rose from $85,373 to $97,300. Explore the full report for a detailed breakdown.