The labor force participation rate, a way to measure employment by the working population ages 15 to 64, increased to 65.7 percent.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]It used to be quite an ordeal to immigrate to Canada. But for Ideshini Naidoo, an immigrant from Johannesburg, it took only six weeks to navigate the immigration process, be hired, and relocate to begin work at Wave Financial Inc. as the new CTO. In years past, it would have been almost impossible for Wave […]
The jobs held by Canadian employees in 2018 differ in many respects from those held by their counterparts in the early 1980s. Since the early 1980s, total employment has shifted away from full-time jobs. For Example, Statistics Canada found that all employees aged 17 to 64 working full-time declined from 87% in 1981 to 84% […]