Job growth in Canada exceeded expectations in November

Job growth in Canada exceeded expectations in November

With employment soaring beyond predictions and unemployment dropping to near pre-pandemic levels, new labour force data suggest that Canada is on its way to a full economic recovery. This past November, Canadian employers added 154,000 jobs to the ...
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Canada's labour market shook off more of the shock from COVID-19 by adding 153700 jobs in November, pushing the unemployment rate to a pandemic-era low and sending the share of the core working population with a job to an all-time high.
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from: The Sudbury Star
- Job growth in Canada exceeded expectations in November
With employment soaring beyond predictions and unemployment dropping to near pre-pandemic levels, new labour force data suggest that Canada is on its way to a full economic recovery. This past November, Canadian employers added 154,000 jobs to the ...
from: Canada Immigration News
- Victoria's unemployment rate drops again in November, with strong gains in hospitality
Victoria's unemployed rate improved in November and remains one of the lowest in the country thanks to strong gains in the hospitality industry and the financial markets, according to Statistics Canada's monthly labour force survey.
from: Times Colonist
- Canada added 154000 jobs last month, pushing jobless rate down to pandemic low of 6%
There was good news on the wage front, too, as the data agency calculates that wages during November 2021 were 7.7 per cent higher than they were the same month two years ago, before the pandemic. That's an extra $2.18 an hour, on average, since the same ...
from: CBC.ca
- Canada adds 154K jobs in November but Omicron uncertainty clouds outlook
The Canadian economy added a net 153,700 jobs in November, well above analysts' expectations of 35,000, while the unemployment rate dropped to 6.0 per cent, beating a consensus estimate of 6.6 per cent and edging closer to the February 2020 jobless rate of ...
from: Globalnews.ca
- Canada's economy cranks out 154000 jobs, quadruple expectations
Canada's labor market blew past expectations in November as the end of income support programs helped fuel new hiring.
from: The Keene Sentinel
- Jobless rate drops to 6 per cent in November as number of long-term unemployed falls
Canada's labour market shook off more of the shock from COVID-19 by adding 153700 jobs in November, pushing the unemployment rate to a pandemic-era low and sending the share of the core working population with a job to an all-time high.
from: Rocky Mountain Outlook
- Canada's unemployment rate fell to 6% in November
The Canadian economy added 154000 jobs in November, reducing the unemployment rate in the country to 6%, up from 6.7% in October, the public sector.
from: OsoyoosToday
- Canada's Labour Market Exceeds Pre-Pandemic Levels as Income Support Programs Phase Out
The latest figures put employment levels 1% above the February 2020 pre-pandemic level, as the unemployment rate dropped from 6.7% to 6% last month. November's data marks the ...
from: The Deep Dive
- Sudbury's unemployment rate down to 6.2%
The unemployment rate now sits at 6.2 per cent, down from 6.9 per cent the month before, according to Statistics Canada's monthly Labour Force Survey. In comparison, Greater Sudbury's unemployment rate stood at 7.6 per cent. Canada gained 154,000 jobs ...
from: Sudbury.com
- Jobless rate drops to 6 per cent in November as number of long-term unemployed falls
Canada's labour market shook off more of the shock from COVID-19 by adding 153700 jobs in November, pushing the unemployment rate to a pandemic-era low and sending the share of the core working population with a job to an all-time high.
from: Rocky Mountain Outlook
- Canada's unemployment rate fell to 6% in November
The Canadian economy added 154000 jobs in November, reducing the unemployment rate in the country to 6%, up from 6.7% in October, the public sector.
from: OsoyoosToday
- Canada's Labour Market Exceeds Pre-Pandemic Levels as Income Support Programs Phase Out
The latest figures put employment levels 1% above the February 2020 pre-pandemic level, as the unemployment rate dropped from 6.7% to 6% last month. November's data marks the ...
from: The Deep Dive
- Sudbury's unemployment rate down to 6.2%
The unemployment rate now sits at 6.2 per cent, down from 6.9 per cent the month before, according to Statistics Canada's monthly Labour Force Survey. In comparison, Greater Sudbury's unemployment rate stood at 7.6 per cent. Canada gained 154,000 jobs ...
from: Sudbury.com
- Sudbury area adds 900 jobs in November, numbers show
The Sudbury area's economic recovery from the pandemic continued in November, Statistics Canada says. Advertisement. Story continues below. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Article content. The region added 2,200 ...
from: The Sudbury Star
- Job growth in Canada exceeded expectations in November
With employment soaring beyond predictions and unemployment dropping to near pre-pandemic levels, new labour force data suggest that Canada is on its way to a full economic recovery. This past November, Canadian employers added 154,000 jobs to the ...
from: Canada Immigration News
- Victoria's unemployment rate drops again in November, with strong gains in hospitality
Victoria's unemployed rate improved in November and remains one of the lowest in the country thanks to strong gains in the hospitality industry and the financial markets, according to Statistics Canada's monthly labour force survey.
from: Times Colonist
- Canada added 154000 jobs last month, pushing jobless rate down to pandemic low of 6%
There was good news on the wage front, too, as the data agency calculates that wages during November 2021 were 7.7 per cent higher than they were the same month two years ago, before the pandemic. That's an extra $2.18 an hour, on average, since the same ...
from: CBC.ca
- Canada adds 154K jobs in November but Omicron uncertainty clouds outlook
The Canadian economy added a net 153,700 jobs in November, well above analysts' expectations of 35,000, while the unemployment rate dropped to 6.0 per cent, beating a consensus estimate of 6.6 per cent and edging closer to the February 2020 jobless rate of ...
from: Globalnews.ca
- Canada's economy cranks out 154000 jobs, quadruple expectations
Canada's labor market blew past expectations in November as the end of income support programs helped fuel new hiring.
from: The Keene Sentinel