Surveys

Surveys

Welcome to the Work Matters survey page! We are currently looking for job seekers, incumbent workers, students, and employers in the Early Childhood Education and Skilled Trades sectors to complete a brief survey that will help illustrate their experience with working or looking for work in either of these sectors. The input from these surveys will be used to address issues related to worker attraction and retention challenges specific to these sectors.

Your input is very important to us. Please take five minutes to complete the survey most relevant to your present career path below.

 

Early Childhood Education: An Early Childhood Educator is defined as someone who develops and implements child-care programs that support and promote the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social development of children as well as plans and maintains an environment that protects the health, security, and well-being of children.

If you are an employer in the Early Childhood Education sector, please complete the Work Matters – Employer survey.

If you are currently a registered Early Childhood Educator, please complete the Work Matters – Early Childhood Education – Incumbent (Worker) survey.

If you are a job seeker who has previous experience in childcare and/or is interested in a career in Early Childhood Education, please complete the Work Matters – Early Childhood Education – Job Seeker survey.

 If you are a high school student interested in pursuing a career path related to Early Childhood Education, please complete the Work Matters – Student survey.

Skilled Trades: Skilled Trades is defined as an occupation requiring a particular skill set, knowledge, or ability in a hands-on environment. The following are some examples of a skilled trades occupation: goldsmith, plumber, mason, hairstylist, chef, arborist, IT programmer, machinist, carpenter, electrician, mechanic, landscaper, crane operator, blacksmith, etc.

If you are an employer in the Skilled Trades sector, please complete the Work Matters – Employer survey.

If you are currently a worker in the Skilled Trades sector, please complete the Work Matters – Skilled Trades – Incumbent (Worker) survey.

If you are a job seeker who has previous experience and/or is interested in a career in the Skilled Trades sector, please complete the Work Matters – Skilled Trades – Job Seeker survey.

If you are a high school student interested in pursuing a career path related to the Skilled Trades sector, please complete the Work Matters – Student survey.

Thank you for your interest and participation!

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