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Canadian provinces are looking for staff!

Canadian provinces are looking for staff to deal with the labour shortage. The report on the active population of 2019, the provinces of the British Columbia and Newfoundland on the main principles of the Immigration Program, which is a registration of the earnings importers.

The statistics indicate that Canada created 443,000 new jobs between October 2018 and October 2019. Over this 12-month period, full-time work has increased significantly.

There was a general decline in employment and October 2019, as the survey had risen 1,800 net new jobs. At the national level, the unemployment rate was not less than 5.5%.

According to the statisticians, the fall of October is due to the influx of employees and August and September 2019.

Post-Employment Earnings Statistics for British Columbia and Newfoundland

As mentioned previously, British Columbia and Newfoundland arrived at the top of the list of provinces posting employment gains, with a balance of just 15,000 net new jobs in October. This increase is due to gains in square-hour work among people aged 55 and over.

The unemployment rate in both provinces remained stable and held steady at 4.7%, the lowest of any other Canadian province.

In a press release issued by Newfoundland and Labrador, there was a gain of 2,700 net jobs in October 2019, the main auxiliary part-time jobs held by principal grants of prime working age, between 24 and 54 years old.

In other Canadian provinces, employment rates and unemployment remained constant and their average remained unchanged from September’s figures.

Statistics on how employees over the age of 55 have made a profit

A shocking revelation indicates that employment among citizens over age 55 increased by 31,000 mosquito nets and October 2019. The unemployment rate for this group was 4.7%, down 0.2% from the month’s data. latest.

According to the survey, the job gain of this group of people increased the 187,000 net jobs compared to the data obtained and October 2018, which represents an increase of 4.6%.

The study also found that employment among men aged 25 to 54 had decreased and had decreased the 29,000 net jobs in October 2019, compared to September 2019. According to the year’s data last, for the same month of employment of this group with 94,000 net jobs.

And with regard to women, there has been only a negligible change in the employment of women between 24 and 54 and between 15 and 24 years of age.

Data on growth or decline in employment in the industry

And as of October 2019, the number of jobs in construction and production has dropped significantly, the 21,000 and 23,000 respectively. Ontario had the largest number of job losses in the construction sector, while Ontario and Quebec led the other ten provinces in the manufacturing sector.

The population growth rate is also up 7.6% from last year’s data. Significant employment gains were recorded in British Columbia, Quebec, New Brunswick and Prince Edward, respectively.

Other sectors with increased employment are insurance, finance, real estate, rental and leasing. The increase was 64,000 compared to last year’s data.