Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Jobs report likely to show Canada’s labour market ‘on the mend'

Canada’s jobless rate has ebbed to a five-year-low, reflecting solid job creation in some sectors and – in September’s case – fewer young people looking for work.

The labour market has added about 12,000 jobs a month on average this year, a far-from-blistering pace but enough to send the unemployment rate down to 6.9 per cent. It hasn’t been this low since December 2008. Employment has risen in four of the past six months, with gains on both the goods and services side of the economy.

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