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February unemployment rates by province

29.03.09, 11:19
Canada lost 82,600 jobs in February — all full-time positions — pushing the
unemployment rate to a six-year high of 7.7%, Statistics Canada said Friday,
as the country struggled under an economic downturn.

Here's a breakdown of the unemployment rates by province:

Newfoundland and Labrador: 15.1%

Prince Edward Island: 12.3%

Nova Scotia: 8.8%

New Brunswick: 8.8%

Quebec: 7.9%

Ontario: 8.7%

Manitoba: 4.8%

Saskatchewan: 4.7%

Alberta 5.4%

British Columbia: 6.7%

Source: Statistics Canada
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  • 29.03.09, 11:22
    All of the employment losses in February were in full-time (-111,000), while
    part-time employment edged up slightly. This continues the downward trend in
    full-time employment observed since October. Part-time employment has shown only
    a marginal increase over the same period.

    In February, the largest decline in employment occurred in Ontario (-35,000),
    followed by Alberta (-24,000) and Quebec (-18,000).

    Men aged 25 to 54 were particularly hard hit by February's employment decline
    (-66,000). Since the start of the labour market downturn, employment among
    core-age men has fallen by 170,000 (-2.7%).

    Employment among 15 to 24 year-olds also continued to trend down in February
    (-29,000). This latest decline brings total losses since October to 104,000
    (-4.0%), the fastest rate of decline of all age groups. The unemployment rate
    for youths was 14.2% in February, up 2.0 percentage points from last October.

    A decrease of 43,000 in construction accounted for over half of the employment
    decline in February. There were also losses in professional, scientific and
    technical services; educational services; and natural resources. The only
    industries with gains in February were manufacturing and agriculture.

    In February, the increase in average hourly wages was 3.9% compared with 12
    months earlier. The most recent year-over-year increase in the Consumer Price
    Index was 1.1%.
  • 29.03.09, 19:56
    Jak ktos woli obrazki :

    www.cbc.ca/news/interactives/cp-unemployment/
    Po prawej stronie jest troche interesujacych lacznikow, w tym do wskaznikow
    inflacji itp.

    --
    Pozdrawiam dradam

    "Ciemnosc widze,ciemnosc " - Seksmisja

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