Young Worker Research Survey

Young Worker Research Survey

PYC logo 2021 - Bilingual
PYC logo 2021 - Bilingual

Attention all OPSEU/SEFPO members,

OPSEU/SEFPO’s Provincial Young Workers Committee (PYC) is seeking young workers aged 16-29 to complete an online survey about their work quality to assist The Better Work Project: Young Workers Making Change by the Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU).

Please see the details below and share widely.

In Solidarity,

OPSEU/SEFPO Provincial Young Workers Committee (PYC)


The Better Work Project: Young Workers Making Change

Are you:

  • aged 16-29 and living in Ontario; and
  • currently working for pay, in any form (including employment, gig work, freelance work, and/or running your own business)

If so, we would like you to complete an online survey about your work quality. The survey will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. We want as many people as possible to complete the survey, so please share this information with your friends.

The goal of The Better Work Project is to develop training and tools to help young people make positive changes to their work environment, and to promote policies that respond to young people’s concerns about their work.

Click here to access the online survey:

If you would like more information about this project, please contact the research team at

This project is being led by Drs. Myer Siemiatycki and Andie Noack at Toronto Metropolitan University, in partnership with the UFCW, the OFL, and the TMU Young Workers Rights Hub. You can contact the researchers at or 416-979-5000 x552249. This research study has been reviewed and approved by the TMU University Research Ethics Board [REB 2022-304] and is funded by the Future Skills Centre. You can contact the TMU Research Ethics Board at