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Talent & Workforce

Businesses in Vaughan have access to a robust and highly skilled labour force.

Fast Facts

  1. York Region is the fastest-growing municipality in Ontario, attracting around 25,000 new residents annually.
  2. Seventy per cent of Vaughan’s population over the age of 25 has post-secondary education — higher than the provincial (65.1%) and national averages (64.8%). [1]
  3. Vaughan has a higher than average concentration of STEM workers in STEM fields — natural and applied sciences and related occupations (9%), management occupations (14%) and business, finance and administration occupations (19%).
  4. Within a one-hour drive from Vaughan is a labour force of more than 3.9 million and 25 colleges and universities, collectively producing 220,646 university and 113,669 college-enrolled students annually. [2]

[1] Statistics Canada, Census 2016
[2] Common University Data Ontario (CUDO) & Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities

University and College Campuses

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Workforce snapshot (Toronto CMA)

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