Figure 2.2.5: Usual place of work by sex
Population employed in the labour force (age 15+), Middlesex- London and Ontario, 2016
Eight out of nine (81.7%) Middlesex-London residents that were aged 15 and older in the labour force had a usual place of work according to the 2016 Census. This was similar to Ontario (81.0%).
More females (87.0%) than males (76.5%) had a usual place of work.
A much higher percent of males (15.6%) than females (5.9%) had no fixed address for work; examples of those with no fixed work address include construction crews, truck drivers, salespersons, independent contractors or temporary agency employees.