There are a number of public presentations delivered by members of the research team on the topic of precarious employment. Here are a few:
The project’s third objective involves case studies of communities who have successfully engaged in strategies to mitigate the negative consequences of precarious rural/remote employment. The six cased explored below provide ideas for other communities and, for policy-makers, an opportunity to identify leverage points for intervention.
Key Informant Interview Analysis
To gain a better understanding of precarious employment in rural Ontario, key informants were interviewed – below is a summary analysis.
Key Statistical Findings Report
This report summarizes key findings from the statistical review of precarious employment in rural Ontario and the province as a whole.
The Fact Sheets below have been prepared by Dr. Ray Bollman and are in their preliminary stages. They are succinct findings around particular tops related to identifying trends in precarious employment:
Employment trends in economic regions
Non-metro employment trends by age
Non-metro population trends by age
Non-metro trends in low-wage work
Non-metro trends in involuntary part-time work
Non-metro trends in fixed term or contract jobs
The Charts below have been prepared by Dr. Ray Bollman and showcase trends in factors impacting precarious employment:
This research project uses the classification of metro, non-metro, and partially non-metro to identify the types of areas being investigated in Ontario. These designations consider population, density, distance from metro centres, and geographic area. Below is more information about how census divisions in Ontario are considered based on these classifications. The Fact Sheet presented below is from Dr. Ray Bollman’s Focus on Rural Series prepared for the Rural Ontario Institute.