Alberta tackles 100,000-job shortfall
Shortfall part of new 400,000 jobs expected by 2015; government plans to promote province, also skills upgrading for own workers
By Gary Park
For Petroleum News
With strong backing from the petroleum industry, the Alberta government is rolling out a strategy to head off forecasts of a 100,000-worker shortfall over the next decade.
The framework released earlier in February proposes four main objectives — inform, attract, develop and retain — to entice outsi....
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