II. Labour Markets

March 2004
Canadian Economic Observer;Mar2004, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p13
Academic Journal
This article presents the graphs showing the trends of labor market in Canada as of March 2004. The graphs so sketched highlights the labor income and employment, participation of work force by age, unemployment rate, average hourly earnings and inflation, type of employment, class of workers and the likes. Furthermore, statistics pertaining to labor force is also mentioned in the tables, which focus on the actual number of hours devoted by laborers to work in the Canadian economy. It also highlights the nature of work and labor's occupations.


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