This publication was prepared by an ICTC team including Sharif Faisal, Dr. Ersin Asliturk, Sam Bourgi, and Andrew Savard. Project coordination and invaluable support was provided by Alison Aquilina and Don Del Castillo. The team worked under the guidance of President Namir Anani and Senior Director Dr. Meenakshi Gupta.
The contributions made by the Advisory Group members are greatly appreciated and the team thanks all members for their interactions, insights, and excellent feedback.
ICTC’s labour market research captures critical economic and labour market indicators to inform competitive business and human resource strategy planning, decision-making and career development in ICT, thereby driving the development of a more prosperous Canadian ICT workforce and industry in a global digital economy. Occupational demand and supply outlooks are affected by a variety of factors and change over time. Multiple sources of information should always be considered prior to making HR decisions based on estimations.
This study was funded by the Government of Canada’s Sectoral Initiatives Program. The authors made all reasonable efforts to ensure accuracy and fair reflection of the diverse perspectives gathered during consultations in compiling the document. The opinions and interpretations in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Government of Canada.
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