Middlesex County and City of London Conduct an Early Childhood Education Labour Market Study

Posted Date
October 6, 2022
Early Childhood Educator with three kids


Middlesex County and City of London Conducts an Early Childhood Education Labour Market Study

MIDDLESEX COUNTY on October 6, 2022: Middlesex County and the City of London are collecting feedback from early years and childcare professionals on their experiences working in this sector. The County and City are looking for people who are currently working in this field or have retired or moved on to another profession to take part in our survey to get a full understanding of how the workforce can be best supported in London-Middlesex.

The survey is looking to collect firsthand input to gather an in-depth understanding of the strengths, opportunities, as well as concerns of the teachers, assistants, and staff members in this industry.

The survey will take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete and consists of a combination of multiple-choice and open-ended questions. The survey will close end of the day on October 19, 2022.

Deloitte LLP has been engaged to administer the survey. You can complete the survey with this link: https://deloittecanada.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9t0DvTlHzO1fwWi or find it on the County website at https://middlesex.ca/middlesex-london-early-childhood-education-survey

We invite all who are willing to participate, and we appreciate all respondents who take the time to share their valuable feedback with us.


Middlesex County is an innovative, well-run organization offering high-value programs and services to the best community in which to live, visit, and do business in Southwestern Ontario. The County serves a vibrant, growing community of 78,000 people and offers a great place to call home, offering an exceptional lifestyle, a wide variety of local attractions, and a wonderful sense of community.



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