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The industry is expected to account for 3 8 of total employment in Alberta in 2017 Purchasing agent and officer 24 26 27 59 37 91 56 289
The Wholesale Trade industry1 in Alberta includes wholesale distributors agents and brokers of. goods such as,farm products,petroleum products,food beverage and tobacco products. personal and household goods,motor vehicles and parts. building materials and supplies and,machinery and equipment. Section A Business Environment, 1 2017 Employment and Unemployment Numbers and Rates. 2 Industry s Growth,3 Facts Trends and Outlook,4 Size of Businesses in Alberta and the Industry. Section B Human Resources Profile,1 Occupational Information. 2 Demographics Gender and Age,3 Wages and Salaries. Section C Additional Information,Links to Industry Associations. North American Industry Classification System NAICS 2007 major group 41. BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT, 1 2017 Employment and Unemployment Numbers and Rates. Alberta Wholesale Trade Industry,Employment 2 286 900 93 400. Employment Share N A 4 1,Unemployment 194 700 3 200. Unemployment rate 7 8 3 3, Data Source Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey CANSIM Table 282 0008 2017. Note Note N A denotes not applicable Employment share is obtained by dividing the. number of employment in this industry by total employment in Alberta. For more information on employment numbers or for a historical comparison please go to the. Labour Force Statistics2 website or Statistics Canada3. 2 Industry s Growth, The Wholesale Trade industry accounted for 4 1 of total employment in Alberta in. Employment in this industry is expected to grow at an average rate of 1 6 from 2017 to. The industry is expected to account for 3 7 of total employment in Alberta in 2018. For more information see the Alberta Learning Information Service ALIS 5 website for. descriptions of industries, See http work alberta ca labour labour force statistics and annual reviews html. See http www statcan gc ca, Alberta Modified Canadian Occupational Projection System COPS Outlook 2017 2021 Industry Employment. See http www alis alberta ca,3 Facts Trends and Outlook. According to Statistics Canada s National Economic Accounts the Wholesale Trade industry. accounted for approximately 4 1 6 of Alberta s Gross Domestic Product in 2016 down from. 4 5 in 2006 Its contribution to Alberta s total employment rose from 4 0 in 2007 to 4 1 in. Total employment the total number of employees and self employed people 15 years and over. in 2017 was 11 6 higher than its level in 2016 Over the last 10 years employment increased by. 12 800 from 2007 a 13 7 increase There were 93 400 employed in the industry in 2017 of. whom 93 7 were full time and 6 3 were part time,Characteristic Alberta Trade. Median Retirement Age,Average Number of Hours Worked. Multiple Jobholders,of total employment,Average Job Tenure. Employees Under Union Coverage,Employees Working Overtime. Data Source Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey CANSIM Tables 282 0022 282 0031 282 0042 282 0078 and 282. 0084 2017 and custom tabulation median retirement age. Both Wholesale and Retail Trade are included, Note The percentage of multiple jobholders is obtained by dividing the number of multiple jobholders by total. employment This calculation method also applies to the percentage of employees under union coverage and the. percentage of employees working overtime per week, This is for North American Industry Classification System NAICS 2007. 4 Size of Businesses in Alberta and the Industry,Businesses in Alberta Businesses in Trade. Establishment Size Number of Number of,Employees Employees. Less than 20 employees 675 100 35 4 129 800 41 8,20 to 99 employees 669 900 35 2 118 300 38 1. 100 to 500 employees 342 000 18 0 53 700 17 3,More than 500 employees 217 600 11 4 8 500 2 7. Data Source Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey CANSIM Table 282 0076 2017. Both Wholesale and Retail Trade are included,Percentages may not add up to 100 due to rounding. Note Statistics Canada s survey methodology for determining establishment size differs from the one it uses in the Labour. Force Survey to determine total employment As a result the total number of employees by establishment size will not be. the same as total employment in the industry except by coincidence. HUMAN RESOURCES PROFILE,1 Occupational Information. Some examples of occupations in the Wholesale Trade industry include. shipper and receiver,technical sales representative. truck driver,direct distributor and,auctioneer, For a complete listing of all occupations related to this industry as well as detailed information. on education and skill requirements visit the Alberta Occupational Profiles7 website. 2 Demographics Gender and Age, According to the Labour Force Survey the gender breakdown in the Wholesale Trade industry in. 2017 was as follows,women employed 22 300 people or 23 9. men employed 71 100 people or 76 1, Overall in Alberta women accounted for 45 5 and men made up 54 6 of total employment. for all industries, Employment in Alberta Employment in Wholesale Trade. Age Characteristics,Number Number,15 24 years 293 800 12 8 7 400 7 9. 25 54 years 1 554 900 68 0 64 100 68 6,55 years and over 438 200 19 2 22 000 23 6. Data Source Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey CANSIM Table 282 0008 2017. Percentages may not add up 100 due to rounding,See http occinfo alis alberta ca occinfopreview. 3 Wages and Salaries,Hourly Wage Comparison 2017, Average hourly Median hourly Average hourly Median hourly. wage rate wage rate wage rate wage rate, Total employees all industries Wholesale and Retail Trade. Data Source Statistics Canada Labour Force Survey CANSIM Table 282 0072 2017. Note The average hourly wage is obtained by dividing the sum of the wages of all the employees by the total number of. employees The median hourly wage is that wage below which half the employees earn and above which half the employees. Wage and Salary Information for Selected Occupations. Median Hourly Wage Average,Occupation Annual,Starting Overall Top Salary. Sales representative 22 77 27 83 36 06 63 832, Purchasing agent and officer 21 63 28 85 34 75 57 146. Truck driver 26 77 30 00 31 50 60 469,Shipper and receiver 17 02 19 80 27 00 45 454. Data Source 2017 Alberta Wage and Salary Survey, For more information on the 2017 Alberta Wage and Salary Survey refer to the WAGEinfo8. website For job descriptions duties skills and educational requirements of specific occupations. in the Wholesale Trade industry visit the ALIS9 website. See http www alis alberta ca wageinfo,See http www alis alberta ca. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION,Links to Industry Associations. Canadian Association of Importers and Exporters,http www iecanada com. Call us or visit our website for more information or to find the following publications. 2017 Annual Alberta Labour Market Review, Monthly Alberta Labour Force Statistics Highlights and Packages. Alberta s Occupational Demand and Supply Outlook,Alberta Labour Force Profiles. Alberta Industry Profiles, www work alberta ca labour html see Labour Market Information. In Edmonton 780 422 4266,Long distance 1 800 661 3753. 2018 Government of Alberta,Published February 2018.