Ontario: Census 2016 and National Household Survey 2011: Field and Location of Study
|Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP)|
|Total population aged 15 years and over by major field of study||5,064,715||5,408,950||10,473,665||5,342,755||5,695,685||11,038,440|
|No postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree||2,294,095||2,462,235||4,756,330||2,447,010||2,514,445||4,961,455|
|Visual and performing arts, and communications technologies||104,405||117,745||222,150||109,955||136,120||246,075|
|Social and behavioural sciences and law||233,645||448,690||682,335||269,735||540,670||810,410|
|Business, management and public administration||494,395||728,010||1,222,405||527,085||752,580||1,279,665|
|Physical and life sciences and technologies||116,045||113,225||229,270||124,050||129,850||253,905|
|Mathematics, computer and information sciences||167,775||99,845||267,625||185,310||104,730||290,045|
|Architecture, engineering, and related technologies||1,046,005||105,365||1,151,370||1,055,050||117,985||1,173,030|
|Agriculture, natural resources and conservation||68,515||35,305||103,815||67,015||39,880||106,895|
|Health and related fields||151,235||640,390||791,620||173,780||692,185||865,970|
|Personal, protective and transportation services||161,745||147,975||309,720||170,915||169,375||340,285|
|Other fields of studya||230||980||1,210||260||1,145||1,405|
|Total population aged 15 years and over by location of study||5,064,715||5,408,950||10,473,665||5,342,755||5,695,685||11,038,440|
|No postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree||2,294,095||2,462,235||4,756,330||2,447,010||2,514,445||4,961,460|
|With postsecondary certificate, diploma or degree||2,770,620||2,946,715||5,717,340||2,895,745||3,181,240||6,076,985|
|Location of study inside Canada||2,171,655||2,354,035||4,525,685||2,261,260||2,525,690||4,786,950|
|Same as province or territory of residence||1,999,135||2,173,670||4,172,805||2,081,525||2,332,960||4,414,485|
|Another province or territory||172,515||180,365||352,880||179,735||192,730||372,470|
|Location of study outside Canada||598,965||592,680||1,191,650||634,485||655,545||1,290,035|
Figures may not add to total due to random rounding.
The global non-response rate (GNR) is a weighted measure of survey non-response, calculated based on the number of households that did not respond to the survey and the number of questions that respondents left out. The GNR can be used as an indicator of data quality, with lower values indicating more accurate data. Geographies with a GNR of higher than 50% were suppressed by Statistics Canada due to concerns about data accuracy. If a geography has a GNR of 0, it means that there was a response from all households surveyed, not necessarily that the data is representative of all households in the geography.
Gender breakdown is unavailable for some variables in certain areas due to data quality concerns.
a The variable 'other fields of study' was mostly used in other provinces, especially Ontario and Quebec.Source: Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit based on information provided from Statistics Canada, Census of Population, 2016 and National Household Survey, 2011.
Copyright: Newfoundland & Labrador Statistics Agency
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador
Data last updated on December 7, 2017