Gov’t launches survey on labour market intelligence


The Statistical Department within the Ministry of Social Protection has commenced a Labour Market Intelligence Survey in the subject areas of skills and occupational wages.

The survey will seek to secure information from establishments on existing skills, skills needs and occupational wages. A statement from the Ministry said the information provided will be useful for decision makers and those monitoring developments in the labour market.

The data provided will be of great interest to local policy makers and researchers as well as regional   organisations such as CARICOM and international organisations such as the International Labour Organisation (ILO), of which Guyana is a member.

The survey will be conducted in the ten administrative regions of the country.

The Ministry assures that the information obtained will be treated with strictest confidence and is appealing to the public for the cooperation in order to have a well executed survey.

The survey commenced yesterday and will last until September 30.

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