In 2025: COLD
There is plenty to like in Canada's current construction market — the demand for Toronto housing, for instance, continues to swell — though Deloitte isn't sure it will continue to grow in the near future. In 2010, as a reference point, there were just shy of 500,000 construction jobs in Canada, or about three per cent of the entire national employment picture. Deloitte suggests those numbers, unless Canada's GDP growth picks up significantly between now and then, are likely to decrease by 2025.
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