U.S. new property sales slide; weekly jobless claims surge

Jan/26 By

Fresh U.S. individual-house income dropped to your 10-month reduced in November after three direct weeks of reliable benefits, nevertheless the property industry healing stays unchanged being a shrinking labor-market improves

Youth need more in-person contact, less time online to find jobs: report

Dec/22 By

A new report from the federal government’s expert panel on youth employment points to a need to move away from digital services for young, first-time job seekers and instead offer

Move to parttime hiring sparks worries; Alberta jobless rate spikes

Dec/2 By

Canada’s economy suddenly developed 11,000 careers in December, being an upsurge in parttime opportunities offset a loss in fulltime function. This noted the next successive month where the generation of

For young Canadians, a new reality: dealing with ‘job churn’

Oct/28 By

Alexander Henry, a 21-year-old film producer, is cobbling together full-time work. His media production company has a few clients, but not enough to cover all of his expenses and pay

Canada adds most jobs since 2012; unemployment rate unchanged

Oct/13 By

Canada’s economy in September, blowing past expectations for meagre employment growth. But the gains were mostly due to a surge in part-time work and self-employment, and the jobless rate remained

U.S. jobless claims fall, point to labour market strength

Oct/13 By

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week to near a 43-year low, an indication of firmness in the labour market which may support an interest

EI claims surge in July on changes for areas hit by oil slump

Oct/13 By

The number of Canadians receiving unemployment payments jumped in July after Ottawa extended benefits for regions suffering from the oil downturn. The resource-dependent provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and

Overqualified workers often lacking in basic reading, writing skills: study

Sep/15 By

One in eight Canadian workers with a university degree is working in a job that requires no more than a high school education, but often has weak skills in reading,

Canadian hiring rebounds but ‘economic lethargy’ still a concern

Sep/11 By

Canada’s labour market bounced back in August with , thanks to a surge in public sector hiring and new positions in Quebec. But, despite the gains, the country’s jobs market

Canada job vacancy rate declines in first quarter

Aug/11 By

The Canadian job vacancy rate declined in the first quarter of 2016 compared to the year before, with the largest decreases coming from the oil-hit provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan,

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