Workforce & Training

Lloydminster is home to a skilled and rapid growing labour force. While most jobs surround the energy and agriculture sectors there are many other well developed sectors. The labour force in Lloydminster also receives higher pay than the national averages. The Lloydminster labour force averages hourly earnings of $25.34, while the national average is only $23.65. A detailed breakdown is provided below.

The Lloydminster Labour force is able to take advantage of the adult education programs, and the many Full-time and Part-time programs offered by Lakeland College and Reeves Business College. Lakeland College also ranks in the top 50 Research Colleges across Canada. This research facility helps promote innovation within the city and fosters entrepreneurial spirit in the region.

If you are an employer or employee looking for career resources in the community the SaskNetWork website is a career development website helping the people of Saskatchewan connect to the resources they need in the areas of jobs, work, education and training, career planning, self-employment, labour market information, financial help and the workplace.

There is also the Canada- Alberta Job Grant and the Canada- Saskatchewan Job Grant to help with training new employees.

Canada-Alberta Job Grant

Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant

 

NAICS

Industry

Avg. Earnings (2014)

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Unclassified

C$56,357

11

Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting

C$30,150

21

Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

C$82,697

22

Utilities

C$83,014

23

Construction

C$58,780

31-33

Manufacturing

C$64,355

41

Wholesale trade

C$58,155

44-45

Retail trade

C$29,007

48-49

Transportation and warehousing

C$61,123

51

Information and cultural industries

C$40,146

52

Finance and insurance

C$49,227

53

Real estate and rental and leasing

C$61,302

54

Professional, scientific and technical services

C$58,695

55

Management of companies and enterprises

C$127,590

56

Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services

C$46,646

61

Educational services

C$51,367

62

Health care and social assistance

C$42,538

71

Arts, entertainment and recreation

C$30,818

72

Accommodation and food services

C$20,330

81

Other services (except public administration)

C$48,071

91

Public administration

C$53,287