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Canada's job market was flat in February, registering a small decline of 2,300 jobs. But that was enough to push the unemployment
I meet with HR as often as I eat breakfast and they have some movie-making stories to reveal about the candidates they meet. So I sat down with Tara De Jonge of 2020 Montreal, to get the story straight from the horse's mouth because I know, as much as I say it, it's not the same coming from her!
Canada added 59,000 jobs in May, far exceeding economists' expectations of a tepid 5,000-to-10,000 increase in jobs. Almost
According to StatsCan’s labour force survey, Canada created more than 117,000 jobs in the past two months, finally overcoming
Canada's job market roared back to life in September, StatsCan says. The unemployment rate dropped to 6.8 per cent, the lowest
For most people in my generation, stress runs high. Among high school students and university/college students, academic stressors are king. That said, the main stressors facing students and recent graduates are integrally connected. Career stress is a big concern.
Western Canada dominates a new list of the best cities to find work, and Ontario’s mid-sized cities have the dubious honour
For the first time in years, Canada has a higher unemployment rate than the U.S. Economists were expecting Canada to create
If, like many observers, you’re confused about the direction of Canada’s job market, the latest numbers from StatsCan aren’t
Canadians who lose their jobs are less likely to get EI benefits than at any other time on record, economist Erin Weir reports
Some unusual numbers in Statistics Canada’s latest unemployment data, released Friday, have some economists questioning the
Alberta is the best province or territory in Canada to look for work, according to somewhat unsurprising new data from Statistics
With word of the NHL lockout reaching the public ear last week, a lot has been said. We hear from both sides. We hear from the commentators, the pundits, the "experts", and the fans who suffer the most from this needless squabble. But what do we hear from the people who work behind the rink? You see, I'm gainfully employed by the Calgary Flames - specifically, I wash dishes for the all the fine diners lucky (and rich) enough to enjoy the fine foods served up at the 'Dome.