Construction Managers – NOC 0711 SDG

How many people work in this occupation in SDG?                         

115 people work as Construction Managers in SDG. The unemployment rate is unavailable.

 

How many employers are there in SDG?

996 businesses operate in the Construction sector in SDG.

585 or 58.7% are owner-operated businesses with no employees.

 

What is the age of the workforce?

56.5% of the workforce is age 45 and older.

21.7% of the workforce is age 35 to 44.

 

What education is required to do this job?

27.3% of the workforce has a secondary school diploma only.

45.5% of the workforce has a College, CEGEP or non-university certificate or diploma.

 

What do people in this occupation earn?*

The median income for Construction Managers is $74,993.00 per year.

 

What else should I know?

  • The number of businesses operating in the Construction sector has grown since 2012 with a net of 33 businesses created between June 2013 and June 2014.
  • The sector locally is comprised of small businesses. 73.1% of businesses operating in the Construction sector employ four people or less.
  • Employment Outlook for Construction Managers in the Ottawa Economic Region is good. Employment growth in this field is influenced by the level of construction activity from both private and public sector investments. Strong growth in the non-residential construction sector is expected to support the demand for these professionals. Large scale investments in the utilities industry and for public transit systems provincially should maintain the need for construction managers. While developments in the residential construction sector persist, a slowdown or rebalancing in the housing market could temper the demand for workers. This occupation has a slightly older age profile so retirements should lead to new opportunities.
  • The profession is becoming more complex due to changing standards and technologies. Workers must keep abreast of new construction practices and become familiar with green or sustainable building techniques. Those who possess a university degree in a construction-related field, or who have supervisory or project management skills, may have greater employment opportunities. Also, job prospects may be better for workers who are familiar with safety protocols such as the Occupational Health and Safety Act or the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS). Construction managers may be required to travel to various sites so employers may prefer individuals with a valid driver’s licence. Also, these professionals may have to relocate for major projects.
  • For more information directly from local employers about this occupation, click on Construction & Utilities Services Sector.

* Median income means that 50% of the people in the occupation earn less and 50% earn more. It is a more accurate measure of typical income than using an average.

Source: Census and National Household Survey 2011 and Canadian Business Pattern Data 2014, Statistics Canada