|wdt_ID||INDUSTRY||BRITISH COLUMBIA||BRITISH COLUMBIA %||CHILLIWACK||CHILLIWACK %|
|1||Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting||65,205||2.6%||2,495||6%|
|2||Mining, Oil and Gas Extraction||25,920||1%||260||0.6%|
|8||Transportation and Warehousing||128,4 00||5%||1,840||4%|
|9||Information and Cultural Ind.||67,225||3%||485||1%|
|10||Finance and Insurance||93,805||4.0%||1,040||2%|
Refers to the general nature of the business carried out in the establishment where the person worked. The data are produced according to the NAICS 2012.
|1||POPULATION (15 YEARS)||66,310||3.9M|
British Columbia’s south west Lower Mainland is home to about 70% of the province’s workforce. There were 1.5 million people working in the region in 2016. The Labour Market outlook for the next decade shows that about 40% of new jobs will be attributed to new growth, while about 60% will be attributed to the replacement of retiring workers.