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Canada Employment Change


Kalender GMT Faktiske Forrige Snittforvetning
2019-10-11 12:30 PM Sep 53.7K 81.1K 10K
2019-11-08 01:30 PM Oct -1.8K 53.7K 15.9K
2019-12-06 01:30 PM Nov -71.2K -1.8K 10K
2020-01-10 01:30 PM Dec 35.2K -71.2K 25K
2020-02-07 01:30 PM Jan 35.2K


News Stream
2019-12-06
Canada Sheds Jobs for 2nd Month
The Canadian economy lost 71.2 thousand jobs in November of 2019 after shedding 1.8 thousand in the previous month and compared with market expectations of a 10 thousand gain. Employment declined in Quebec (-45,000), Alberta (-18,000) and British Columbia (-18,000), while it was little changed in the other provinces. Regarding industry, declines in employment were recorded both in the goods-producing sector, particularly in manufacturing (-28,000) and natural resources (-6,500), as well as in the services-producing sector, notably in public administration (-25,000).

2019-11-08
Canadian Economy Unexpectedly Loses Jobs
The Canadian economy shed 1.8 thousand jobs in October of 2019, after creating 53.7 thousand in the previous month. Markets expected the economy to have created 15.9 thousand jobs. Full-time work declined by 16.1 thousand while part-time increased by 14.3 thousand. Employment declined in manufacturing (-23 thousand, mostly in Ontario) and construction (-21 thousand, mainly in Quebec and Ontario). At the same time, employment was up in public administration (+20 thousand, namely in British Columbia, Quebec, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island) and in finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing (+18 thousand, mainly in Ontario). Employment was down for men in the core working ages of 25 to 54, and grew for the population aged 55 and over.

2019-10-11
Canada Adds 53.7K Jobs in September
The Canadian economy added 53.7 thousand jobs in September of 2019, after creating 81.1 thousand in the previous month and beating estimates of 10 thousand. Employment increased in Ontario (+41,000) and Nova Scotia (+3,200), while it held steady in the other provinces. Regarding industry, there were more people working in health care and social assistance (+30,000), as well as in accommodation and food services (+23,000). At the same time, there were declines in information, culture and recreation (-37,000) and in natural resources (-7,000).

2019-09-06
Canada Adds 81.1K Jobs in August, Beats Forecasts
The Canadian economy added 81.1 thousand jobs in August of 2019, after shedding 24.2 thousand in the previous month and beating estimates of 15 thousand. Employment increased in Ontario (+58,000); Quebec (+20,000); Manitoba (+5,200); Saskatchewan (+2,800) and New Brunswick (+2,300) while it was little changed in other provinces. Regarding industry, employment rose for those who work in finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing (+22,000); educational services (+21,000) and professional, scientific and technical services (+17,000). In contrast, employment declined in Business, building and other support services (-22,000).

2019-08-09
Canada Sheds Jobs for 2nd Month
The Canadian economy lost 24.2 thousand jobs in July of 2019 after shedding 2.2 thousand in the previous month and compared with market expectations of a 12.5 thousand gain. Employment decreased in Alberta (-14,000); Nova Scotia (-6,200) and New Brunswick (-4,800) while it was little changed in other provinces. In contrast, employment rose in Quebec (+17,000) and Prince Edward Island (+1,000). Regarding industry, employment fell for those who work in wholesale and retail trade (-21,000); transportation and warehousing (-15,000); “other services” industry (-11,000) and natural resources (-8,700). On the other hand, employment in construction grew by 25,000 in July while there were 9,200 more people working in public administration. Meantime, the number of employees in the private sector fell by 69,000 while those in the public sector was little changed. Meanwhile, the number of self-employment increased by 28,000.

2019-07-05
Canada Unexpectedly Cuts 2.2K Jobs
The Canadian economy lost 2.2 thousand jobs in June of 2019, after creating 27.7 thousand in the previous month, while markets were expecting it to create 10 thousand jobs. Employment decreased in Manitoba (-5,200) and in Newfoundland and Labrador (-2,000) while it was little changed in other provinces. In contrast, employment increased in Alberta (+10,000) and Saskatchewan (+2,500). Regarding industry, employment fell for those who work in manufacturing (-15,000); natural resources (-7,800) and other services (-15,000). Meantime, the number of self-employed workers dropped by 41,000 while the number of employees in both public and private sector was little changed.

Canada Arbeidskraft Siste Forrige Høyeste Laveste Enhet
Arbeidsledighet 5.60 5.90 13.10 2.90 Prosent [+]
Sysselsatte 19127.40 19092.20 19165.20 9636.70 Tusen [+]
Arbeidsledige 1142.80 1194.30 1748.90 691.50 Tusen [+]
Deltid Sysselsettingen -3.20 -32.80 136.30 -124.40 Tusen [+]
Full Jobb 38.40 -38.40 148.40 -145.10 Tusen [+]
Arbeidsledighetsrate 35.20 -71.20 106.50 -124.80 Tusen [+]
Yrkesdeltakelse 65.50 65.60 67.70 61.40 Prosent [+]
Arbeidsledighet for unge 11.10 11.60 20.70 10.00 Prosent [+]
Produktivitet 106.95 106.71 106.95 67.27 Poeng [+]
Lønnskostnader 109.95 108.82 109.95 43.75 Poeng [+]
Lønn 25.79 25.55 25.79 13.73 Cad / Hour [+]
Lønninger innen produksjon 25.89 26.04 26.54 14.96 Cad / Hour [+]
Minstelønn 14.00 14.00 14.00 1.00 Cad / Hour [+]
Befolkning 37.31 36.96 37.31 17.91 Million [+]
Pensjonsalder Kvinner 65.00 65.00 65.00 65.00 [+]
Pensjonsalder Menn 65.00 65.00 65.00 65.00 [+]
Lønnsveksten 3.30 3.70 5.50 -0.40 Prosent [+]
Arbeidsdeltagelse uten bønder 17016.20 17022.30 17022.30 10863.80 Tusen [+]
Ledige Stillinger 581595.00 506140.00 581595.00 330215.00 [+]
Levelønn Family 2580.00 2640.00 2640.00 2440.00 CAD / Måned [+]
Lønn Å Leve Av Individuell 1930.00 1960.00 1960.00 1790.00 CAD / Måned [+]
Forandring i ADP arbeidsledighet 46.20 30.90 110.00 -37.00 Tusen [+]
Gjennomsnittlig timeslønn 28.91 28.95 28.99 15.88 CAD [+]
Sysselsetting 61.80 61.70 63.70 56.00 Prosent [+]
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