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The nature of work continues to change at a rapid pace. According to LinkedIn's 2021 Jobs on the Rise Report - demand for digital skills is increasing – with 150 million technology-related jobs expected to be added globally over the next five years. This means that keeping up-to-date on pay levels for these new and emerging jobs is more important than ever.
The Canada Mercer New and Emerging Jobs Survey will help you keep up with this constantly changing workforce, whether it's adjusting compensation calculations for high growth jobs in your organization, bolstering your tech recruiting efforts with data, or simply staying current with the fastest growing jobs trends. Compare your data across 40 job specializations, such as Artificial Intelligence R&D (High Tech), Data Science/Big Data Mining, General Digital/Internet Marketing, and more.
March - May
2021 results available
Based on data from the 2021 Canada Mercer New and Emerging Jobs Survey. Data minimum and suppression rules account for the difference between the number of positions surveyed and published.
Data on base pay, short-term incentives, and long-term incentive eligibility and receivership is available. For key insights on pay levels for new and emerging jobs in the US, check out the US version of the Mercer New and Emerging Jobs Survey.
Want to help determine the most in-demand jobs and skills for the future to be surveyed in the New and Emerging Jobs Survey? Join the Client Advisory Committee.
Survey results are delivered in a published PDF format to your imercer.com account under My Downloads.
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