New research reveals some amazing information on Canada's Labor Statistics

New research reveals some amazing information on Canada's Labor Statistics
Recent research has shown an alarming, but more positive, number of issues surrounding the number of jobs in Canada.
According to the Labor Force Survey, in February 2019, employment across the country grew for the second consecutive month last month - this growth was driven by steady employment gains. The study revealed that although employment grew, the unemployment rate of 5.8 percent has not changed.

Last month's growth; However, it is in line with the growth the country has seen in the 12 months leading up to February - a total employment growth of two per cent.
To break things up, Ontario saw huge employment gains last month, employment in Manitoba declined, and employment rates in the remaining states did not change much.
In general, more people were employed in the scientific and technical profession, public administration; natural resources, and agricultural sectors. Last month, according to a survey, there were more than 6,000 people working in the agricultural industry alone.
There were; However, few people work in accommodation, food services, shipping and warehouses. Employment in the shipping and shipping industry was down by 11,000, marking the first significant decline since January of 2019.

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