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Slide Deck for 1st half of Keynote Presentation at SiliconHalton.com meetup #30, April 10, 2012. Based on Toronto Region Research Alliance (TRRA)

Slide Deck for 1st half of Keynote Presentation at SiliconHalton.com meetup #30, April 10, 2012. Based on Toronto Region Research Alliance (TRRA)

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  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • NOC codes: identify occupations in CanadaEstablished by the Fed. Gov. through the department of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.Examples @ pp 16, 18List of occupations in R&Ijobs @ pp20-21All occupations requiring post-sec. education @ pp24-28Info. on college programs.How to link university programs?
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers
  • OutcomeBeneficiaries of this project:Local companies & PSE centersYouthGovernment Research centers

Silicon Halton Presentation: IT Human Capital in the Toronto Region. Meetup 30 Silicon Halton Presentation: IT Human Capital in the Toronto Region. Meetup 30 Presentation Transcript

  • Silicon HaltonApril 10th, 2012IT Human Capitalin the Toronto RegionLeyden M. FonteSenior Project Manager – Business IntelligenceEmail: leydenmf@gmail.comTwitter: @leydenmf© 2012 TRRA 0 http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 0 0
  • Based on Research & Innovation Jobs http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs Sponsored by In partnership with 1© 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 1 1
  • Agenda1. Toronto Region Labour Market • Strategic sectors • Sectors and occupations • Workforce supply/demand2. International Scientific Production • Patents • Non-patent publications3. Conclusions © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 2
  • Agenda1. Toronto Region Labour Market • Strategic sectors • Sectors and occupations • Workforce supply/demand2. International Scientific Production • Patents • Non-patent publications3. Conclusions, Next Steps © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 3
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 4 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 5 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic Sectors Location quotient: - Industry performance indicatorEstablishment - In a region, relative to a broader area. Location Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 6 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic Sectors Location quotient: - Industry performance indicatorEstablishment - In a region, relative to a broader area. Location Quotient In this study: - Toronto Region, relative to Canada. Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 7 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Quotient National average Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 8 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Quotient Below national average in Employment & Establishments Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 9 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic Sectors Above national average in Employment &Establishment Establishments Location Quotient Below national average in Employment & Establishments Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 10 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 11 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic Sectors NAICS codeEstablishment Location Quotient NAICS code Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 12 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Bubble size = number of employees Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 13 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 14 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 15 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 16 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Strategic SectorsEstablishment Location Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 17 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Sector 54. Professional, Scientific & Technical ServicesNumber ofestablishments(all sizes) Sub sectors © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 18 Figure 4, page 7 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Sector 54. Professional, Scientific & Technical ServicesNumber ofestablishments(all sizes) Sub sectors © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 19 Figure 4, page 7 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Sector 54. Professional, Scientific & Technical ServicesNumber ofestablishments(all sizes) Sub sectors © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 20 Figure 4, page 7 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Sector 54. Professional, Scientific & Technical ServicesNumber ofestablishments(all sizes) Sub sectors © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 21 Figure 4, page 7 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010
  • Agenda1. Toronto Region Labour Market • Strategic sectors • Sectors and occupations • Workforce supply/demand2. International Scientific Production • Patents • Non-patent publications3. Conclusions, Next Steps © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 22
  • Toronto Region Labour MarketOccupations in study 60+ occupations © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 23 Source: Statistics Canada 2006
  • Toronto Region Labour MarketOccupations in study 60+ occupations in 6 occupational groups © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 24 Source: Statistics Canada 2006
  • Toronto Region Labour MarketOccupations in study 60+ occupations in 6 occupational groups 12 % of the employed population (400,000+ jobs) © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 25 Source: Statistics Canada 2006
  • Toronto Region Labour Market Sectors in studyEstablishment Location Quotient Employment Location Quotient © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 26 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Agenda1. Toronto Region Labour Market • Strategic sectors • Sectors and occupations • Workforce supply/demand2. International Scientific Production • Non-patent publications • Patents3. Conclusions, Next Steps © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 27
  • Supply/DemandMethodology MTCU 2010 Number of Number of graduates graduates Supply per program per occupationEmployers’ survey 2011 Number of Hiring demand new jobs Demand per occupation per occupation Youth survey 2011 Interest in working in each Long-term supply occupation © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 28
  • Supply/Demand EstimatesDemand © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 29 Figure 7, page 12 - Sources: TRRA 2011, MTCU 2010
  • Supply/Demand EstimatesDemand High Demand Low Demand © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 30 Figure 7, page 12 - Sources: TRRA 2011, MTCU 2010
  • Supply/Demand EstimatesDemand Supply/Demand © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 31 Figure 7, page 12 - Sources: TRRA 2011, MTCU 2010
  • Supply/Demand EstimatesDemand Supply < Demand Supply/Demand © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 32 Figure 7, page 12 - Sources: TRRA 2011, MTCU 2010
  • Supply/Demand EstimatesDemand Supply ~ Demand Supply/Demand © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 33 Figure 7, page 12 - Sources: TRRA 2011, MTCU 2010
  • Supply/Demand EstimatesDemand Supply > Demand Supply/Demand © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 34 Figure 7, page 12 - Sources: TRRA 2011, MTCU 2010
  • Supply/Demand (1/3) Estimates per occupational groupDemand © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 35 Figure 7, page 12 - Sources: TRRA 2011, MTCU 2010
  • Supply/Demand (2/3) Business occupationsDemand © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 36 Figure 9, page 16 - Sources: TRRA 2011, MTCU 2010
  • Supply/Demand (3/3) IT occupationsDemand =1/10 © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 37 Figure 15, page 22 - Sources: TRRA 2011, MTCU 2010
  • Supply/DemandYouth interest (Post-secondary students) © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 38 Figure 8, page 13 - Source: TRRA Youth Survey 2011
  • Supply/DemandYouth interest (Post-secondary students) © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 39 Figure 8, page 13 - Source: TRRA Youth Survey 2011
  • Supply/DemandYouth interest (Post-secondary students) © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 40 Figure 8, page 13 - Source: TRRA Youth Survey 2011
  • Supply/DemandGender representation – Labour force © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 41 Sources: MTCU 2010, Statistics Canada 2006
  • Supply/DemandGender representation – Graduates 2010 Wide bars: Employees, Narrow bars: Graduates © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 42 Sources: MTCU 2010, Statistics Canada 2006
  • Agenda1. Toronto Region Labour Market • Strategic sectors • Sectors and occupations • Workforce supply/demand2. International Scientific Production • Patents • Non-patent publications3. Conclusions, Next Steps © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 43
  • Scientific ProductionUS Patents (Granted in 2010-2011) © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 44
  • Scientific ProductionPatents © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 45 Figure 23, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Scientific ProductionPatents More patents Better quality Less patents Less quality © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 46 Figure 23, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Scientific ProductionPatents © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 47 Figure 23, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Scientific ProductionPatents vs. Students/Professor Number of students per professor © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 48 Figure 23, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Agenda1. Toronto Region Labour Market • Strategic sectors • Sectors and occupations • Workforce supply/demand2. International Scientific Production • Patents • Non-patent publications3. Conclusions, Next Steps © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 49
  • Scientific Production Non-patent publications… produced by the top three universities per region,each with a sample of up to 1,000 publications. © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 50 Table 17, page 37 - Source: Google Scholar 2012 (via Publish&Perish)
  • Scientific ProductionNon-patents © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 51 Figure 22, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Scientific ProductionNon-patents More publications Better quality Less publications Less quality © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 52 Figure 22, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Scientific ProductionNon-patents © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 53 Figure 22, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Scientific ProductionNon-patents vs. Financial Resources Financial resources (in millions of dollars) © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 54 Figure 22, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Scientific ProductionNon-patents vs. Financial Resources Financial resources (in millions of dollars) © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 55 Figure 22, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Scientific ProductionNon-patents vs. Financial Resources Financial resources (in millions of dollars) © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 56 Figure 22, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Scientific ProductionNon-patents vs. Financial Resources Financial resources (in millions of dollars) © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 57 Figure 22, page 39 - Sources: Google Scholar 2012, Websites of universities 2012
  • Agenda1. Toronto Region Labour Market • Strategic sectors • Sectors and occupations • Workforce supply/demand2. International comparison • Patents • Non-patent publications3. Conclusions, Next Steps © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 58
  • Conclusions (1/4)Establishment LQ Top-three in non-patent publications Employment LQ © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 59 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Conclusions (2/4)Establishment LQ Bottom-three in patents Employment LQ IT and Engineering © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 60 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Conclusions (3/4)Establishment LQ High demand Undersupply IT and Engineering Employment LQ © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 61 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Conclusions (4/4)Establishment LQ High demand Technical sales Sales managers Employment LQ © 2012 TRRA http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 62 Figure 2, page 5 - Source: Statistics Canada 2010, 2011
  • Silicon HaltonApril 10th, 2012IT Human Capitalin the Toronto RegionLeyden M. FonteSenior Project Manager – Business Intelligenceleydenmf@gmail.comTwitter: @leydenmf© 2012 TRRA 63 http://www.trra.ca/RIjobs 63 63