Canada: Employment in Transportation and Warehousing Industry 2019 (by provinces/regions)
Dataset contains 65 data items (see table below).
Edmundston-Woodstock has the highest percentage of its labour (7.89% or 2,800 workers) employed in the Transportation and Warehousing industry.
Toronto has the highest number of employments (236,100 persons or 6.46% of total labour) in the Transportation and Warehousing industry, followed by the Lower Mainland-Southwest region of British Columbia (101,500 persons or 6.1% of its total labour).
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Under the NAICS classification, the Transportation and Warehousing industry covers air/rail/deep-sea/coastal/water/freight transportation, transit systems, bus transportation, taxi and limousine services, pipeline transportation of crude oil/natural gas/others, postal service, couriers and express delivery services, warehousing and storage.
This dataset is derived from open data portal of Canada (source url) and contains information licensed under the Open Government Licence – Canada. The industry classification in this dataset is based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).
Regional employment distribution for these industries:
Accommodation and Food Services
Business, Building and other Support Services
Finance, Insurance, Real Estate Rental and Leasing
Forestry, Fishing, Mining, Quarrying, Oil and Gas
Healthcare and Social Assistance
Information, Culture and Recreation
Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
Transportation and Warehousing