Gaming sector in Canada
AuthorCanada. Human Resources Development Canada.
Human Resources Development Canada. Sectoral and Occupational Studies Division.
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AbstractThis report is one in a series of Industry Profiles produced by Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC). Industry Profiles are overviews of sectors of the Canadian economy. This particular profile provides an Overview of the Sector (sectoral context, definition, development, SIC codes), Key Trends and Issues (strengths, barriers to growth and challenges), and a Human Resources Profile (occupations, training and development, skill requirements, salaries).
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PublisherHuman Resources Development Canada
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