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PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2019 2:28 pm
 


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Statistics Canada also released seasonally adjusted, three-month moving average unemployment rates for major cities. It cautions, however, that the figures may fluctuate widely because they are based on small statistical samples.
TRANSLATION: The numbers are fudged.


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For the record 18000 of the lost jobs were in Alberta, mostly O&G again as the uncertainty caused by the election results caused more paring back of investments and the suspension/cancellation of more field projects.


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DrCaleb wrote:
That achievement isn't available in the Chinese version of the game.


In the Chinese version you travel west across the desert, bomb the fuck out of a 4,000 year old city, release bubonic plague on the populace, and then do some GTA stunts and that unlocks the Final Solution for Islamic Fundamentalism.


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Trump Fails to Top Trudeau on Job Gains, Despite Rhetoric
By Shelly Hagan
December 10, 2019, 5:00 AM EST

Canada’s labor market may look weak against a blockbuster U.S. employment report on Friday but in fact both nations have added jobs at the same pace since President Donald Trump took office.

The U.S. economy has added 4.5% more jobs since January 2017 when Trump was inaugurated president. Canadian employment increased at the same rate over that period under Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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The most recent jobs data on Friday shocked markets. While the U.S. added 266,000 jobs, Canada shed 71,200. The dichotomy between the reports prompted Donald Trump, Jr. to call out Canada’s weakness

Though the two country’s jobs data aren’t completely comparable, Bank of Nova Scotia economist Derek Holt was quick to highlight the similar pace of growth between the two North American nations. Looking at other measures such as wage gains, job creation and the labor-force participation rate since November 2016, Canada has outperformed the U.S., he wrote.

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“When it comes to assessing which country has had the strongest job growth since the U.S. election and who has the stronger overall labor market since the U.S. political rhetoric began heating up after the November 2016 election, a cross-section of evidence hands the first place trophy to Canada,” Holt said....


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... er-blowout


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