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Getting older in health care : the average age of health care facility personnel and other occupations, Canada, 1991 and 2001 / ZELMER, Jennifer ; LEEB, Kira ; GULA, Cheryl ; FINLAY, Patricia ; BINGHAM, Jack. In Health Care in Canada 2004.
Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Health Information;Statistics Canada, 2004, p. 76.

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Éditeur(s) des données : Censuses, Statistics Canada
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Statistiques démographiques
Vieillissement démographique
Personnel d'un établissement de santé
Pyramide des âges
Canada
Statistiques


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Source : Censuses, Statistics Canada

Cited from : ZELMER, Jennifer ; LEEB, Kira ; GULA, Cheryl ; FINLAY, Patricia ; BINGHAM, Jack . Health Care in Canada 2004 [Online]. Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Health Information ; Statistics Canada, 2004, p. 76. http://secure.cihi.ca/cihiweb/fr/hcic2004_fig38_91_e.html and http://secure.cihi.ca/cihiweb/fr/hcic2004_fig38_01_e.html (Retrieved June 17, 2004).

As the population gets older, so does the workforce. In 2001, the baby boom generation, then aged 37 to 55, comprised almost half (47%) of Canada's workforce. Gradually, baby boomers are moving towards retirement, in the health sector and elsewhere. New studies are beginning to explore the timing, magnitude, and impact of the coming wave of retirements. Policy-makers are also taking note. For example, some provinces, such as Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, and New Brunswick, are considering banning mandatory retirement at age 65. Like people in other occupations that require significant education or experience, health professionals tend to be older, on average, than the workforce as a whole. Across all health occupations, the average age in 2002 was 41.2 years. That compares with 39 years overall.

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 17335
NumRec : 1733503
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    Monographie : Health Care in Canada 2004 / ZELMER, Jennifer ; LEEB, Kira ; GULA, Cheryl ; FINLAY, Patricia ; BINGHAM, Jack. -Ottawa : Canadian Institute for Health Information;Statistics Canada, 2004. - 117 p.
    ISBN 1-55392-418-5

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