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Timmins has a highly skilled and educated workforce, with 51% of the population identifying as bilingual. Over 80% of residents aged 25 to 64 have achieved a high school diploma and 57% have graduated from a trade school, technical college, or university.
Timmins’ workforce enjoys short commute times that allow for freedom and flexibility in their daily lives. The average commute is 11 minutes and residents often walk or bike to work.
Timmins has various unions located within the community including IUOE Local 793, CAW Local 599, UNIFOR Local 6, CUPE, and education unions.
Northern College and College Boreal offer training programs throughout the year across various disciplines including heavy equipment, carpentry and masonry, mechanics, mining, and trucking driving.
Below is the average income in Timmins (2019).
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