经济形势不错,失业率下降:Unemployment down after 54K jobs added in Sept.

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Unemployment down after 54K jobs added in Sept.
https://www.ctvnews.ca/business/unemployment-down-after-54k-jobs-added-in-sept-1.4634245

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Published Friday, October 11, 2019 8:38AM EDT
Last Updated Friday, October 11, 2019 8:50AM EDT


OTTAWA -- The national statistics office says Canada's unemployment rate nudged down to 5.5 per cent in September as the economy added 54,000 net new jobs, driven by gains in full-time work.

Statistics Canada says the jobs growth was largely concentrated in the health-care sector, and notes gains in the number of public-sector and self-employed workers.

The report says 70,000 of the new jobs were full-time, as the number of part-time workers declined.
 

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狗屎运,啥也没干,经济形势还不错。

咋整! 
 

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就是走狗屎运。先看看加拿大的经济。

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原来被中国东制裁西制裁加拿大经济也不差啊? 不像某些人说的么
 

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再看看美国经济。1993-2001年克林顿执政,走狗屎运,拦都拦不住。

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Capital region transforming into jobs machine as 50,000 added in past year
James Bagnall
Updated: October 11, 2019

The capital region jobless rate slid to 4.4 per cent in September. Postmedia

The capital region’s job market has been on steroids of late.

Employment levels jumped 12,600 in September compared to August — marking the third straight month in which job gains have exceeded 12,000.

The result in September was an unemployment rate of just 4.4 per cent, once again matching the generational low established in the spring of 2018. This compared with a jobless rate 4.7 per cent in August.

The size of the labour force, which includes people looking for work, increased 10,100.

About 90 per cent of the net additions in both jobs and labour force took place in Ottawa, which accounts for 76 per cent of the region’s population.

Statcan adjusted these numbers to account for seasonal influences.

The underlying strength of the region’s economy can be seen even more clearly from the perspective of the past year. Ottawa-Gatineau’s employment base grew nearly seven per cent to a record 789,700 during the 12 months ended in September compared to a rise of just 2.2 per cent to 19.1 million jobs for the country.

What’s remarkable is that locally nearly all the 49,600 new jobs were added on the Ottawa side of the river. There, employment surged 8.3 per cent year over year to 604,400 compared to a relatively anaemic 1.9 per cent increase in Gatineau to 185,300 jobs.

To get an idea of what’s driving the trends check out individual industry sectors (where data is unadjusted for seasonality.)

Overall, the capital region’s employment climbed 7.1 per cent — up 52,400 over the past year. On the same unadjusted basis, the country’s job totals rose 2.3 per cent, or 441,200, good news for the governing Liberals as they seek re-election.

The two hottest job sectors in the capital region were professional services and a category that includes finance, insurance & real estate. Each saw employment gains in excess of 20 per cent year over year — producing rises of 15,900 and 6,200 respectively.

Given the torrid state of the capital’s real estate market, where house prices have been increasing at or near double-digit rates in recent months, strong employment increases in that sector aren’t surprising.

But the robust gains in the professional services sector are a bit of a surprise because federal government spending on third-party expertise tends to slow in the run up to a federal election.

One factor may be the extra spending allocated to outside contractors to try to fix botched or delayed federal government information technology projects, not least of which is the Phoenix pay system.

Other sectors with unusually good employment growth year-over-year include restaurants & hotels — up 14.6 per cent year-over-year for 5,300 net new jobs — and retailing & wholesaling. Employers in the latter sector added 5,400 jobs over the same period for a net gain of 6 per cent. That was more than double the percentage rise for the country in that sector.

The region’s most important sector, public administration, saw a 5.6 per cent net rise in jobs to 174,500 — representing a gain of 9,300. It was one of very few sectors in the capital where employment levels increased at roughly the same rate as for the country as a whole.

Nationally, Canada’s unemployment rate slid to 5.5 per cent in September as the economy added 54,000 net new jobs, driven by gains in full-time work.

https://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/capital-region-jobless-rate-falls-to-4-4-per-cent
 

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Capital region transforming into jobs machine as 50,000 added in past year
James Bagnall
Updated: October 11, 2019

The capital region jobless rate slid to 4.4 per cent in September. Postmedia

The capital region’s job market has been on steroids of late.

Employment levels jumped 12,600 in September compared to August — marking the third straight month in which job gains have exceeded 12,000.

The result in September was an unemployment rate of just 4.4 per cent, once again matching the generational low established in the spring of 2018. This compared with a jobless rate 4.7 per cent in August.

The size of the labour force, which includes people looking for work, increased 10,100.

About 90 per cent of the net additions in both jobs and labour force took place in Ottawa, which accounts for 76 per cent of the region’s population.

Statcan adjusted these numbers to account for seasonal influences.

The underlying strength of the region’s economy can be seen even more clearly from the perspective of the past year. Ottawa-Gatineau’s employment base grew nearly seven per cent to a record 789,700 during the 12 months ended in September compared to a rise of just 2.2 per cent to 19.1 million jobs for the country.

What’s remarkable is that locally nearly all the 49,600 new jobs were added on the Ottawa side of the river. There, employment surged 8.3 per cent year over year to 604,400 compared to a relatively anaemic 1.9 per cent increase in Gatineau to 185,300 jobs.

To get an idea of what’s driving the trends check out individual industry sectors (where data is unadjusted for seasonality.)

Overall, the capital region’s employment climbed 7.1 per cent — up 52,400 over the past year. On the same unadjusted basis, the country’s job totals rose 2.3 per cent, or 441,200, good news for the governing Liberals as they seek re-election.

The two hottest job sectors in the capital region were professional services and a category that includes finance, insurance & real estate. Each saw employment gains in excess of 20 per cent year over year — producing rises of 15,900 and 6,200 respectively.

Given the torrid state of the capital’s real estate market, where house prices have been increasing at or near double-digit rates in recent months, strong employment increases in that sector aren’t surprising.

But the robust gains in the professional services sector are a bit of a surprise because federal government spending on third-party expertise tends to slow in the run up to a federal election.

One factor may be the extra spending allocated to outside contractors to try to fix botched or delayed federal government information technology projects, not least of which is the Phoenix pay system.

Other sectors with unusually good employment growth year-over-year include restaurants & hotels — up 14.6 per cent year-over-year for 5,300 net new jobs — and retailing & wholesaling. Employers in the latter sector added 5,400 jobs over the same period for a net gain of 6 per cent. That was more than double the percentage rise for the country in that sector.

The region’s most important sector, public administration, saw a 5.6 per cent net rise in jobs to 174,500 — representing a gain of 9,300. It was one of very few sectors in the capital where employment levels increased at roughly the same rate as for the country as a whole.

Nationally, Canada’s unemployment rate slid to 5.5 per cent in September as the economy added 54,000 net new jobs, driven by gains in full-time work.

https://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/capital-region-jobless-rate-falls-to-4-4-per-cent

原来如此。

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Two of Ottawa-Gatineau’s key employment drivers – the public-service and tech sectors – both experienced slight gains last month, with government payrolls edging up from 174,200 to 174,500 positions and total tech employment rising from 49,000 to 49,600.

But with few exceptions, industries across the board picked up jobs in September, led by the construction sector (up 2,700 positions), retail (a gain of 2,500) and health care (up 1,800).

https://obj.ca/article/ottawa-gatineau-unemployment-rate-drops-44-september
 

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Two of Ottawa-Gatineau’s key employment drivers – the public-service and tech sectors – both experienced slight gains last month, with government payrolls edging up from 174,200 to 174,500 positions and total tech employment rising from 49,000 to 49,600.

But with few exceptions, industries across the board picked up jobs in September, led by the construction sector (up 2,700 positions), retail (a gain of 2,500) and health care (up 1,800).

https://obj.ca/article/ottawa-gatineau-unemployment-rate-drops-44-september
首都地区更是各行各业欣欣向荣啊,不仅政府(增加了300个职位),高科技(600)工作增加,建筑(2700),零售(2500),医疗(1800)等行业的工作更是大增,失业率仅为4.4%,怪不得最近几个月渥太华房价大涨,希望能够保持这个势头。
 

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首都地区更是各行各业欣欣向荣啊,不仅政府(增加了300个职位),高科技(600)工作增加,建筑(2700),零售(2500),医疗(1800)等行业的工作更是大增,失业率仅为4.4%,怪不得最近几个月渥太华房价大涨,希望能够保持这个势头。

这失业率,都赶上美国了。难怪人才荒啊!
 

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保守党大砍公务员职位以后,会保持这种势头?

不会看见各位公务员大倒苦水,呼喊连天?
 

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一个老外的投票经历:

This just in.

Caution when voting: SOMETHING FISHY IS GOING ON IN TORONTO

I just finished voting. First of all the polls were supposed to open at 9:00 am, my area (Toronto) wasn't open until 9:45 am. Inside the situation was CHAOTIC. I have seen more organized voting in a third world country. This was absolutely atrocious how chaotic it was in there. If I was a conspiracy guy I would say it was by design.

Anyways the ballot is old school simple x marks the spot. No instructions how to hand it in but I did it like I remember, I folded it and was instructed not to put it directly in the box but to hand it to the clerk. When I did he opened it up exposing my vote to himself and to those waiting to vote but , and big but, as he "refolded" my ballot he smudged the heavy pencil all across the other circles so my x was gone and it just looked like one big smudge mark across all ballots. It was clear my ballow would be considered "spoiled" and I asked for a new one and I didn't want anyone seeing my vote of fucking with it once I was done. Of course no one, many who barely spoke English, knew what to do so they had to phone a supervisor who DECLINED another ballot. So there goes my vote. Problem is , this place was crowded and we noticed that the ballots coming back that did not vote for the ruling party were all "spoiled" by the same method but the ballots voting for the ruling party were all a ok and folded properly so they didn't need "refolding" or smudging.

It's fucked up. Somebody tried to take video and pics and of course that's illegal so the cops were called. I am 100% sure the Liberals win my riding. No doubt about it. So be careful and be ready for a fucking chaotic shit hole situation.
 

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一个老外的投票经历:

This just in.

Caution when voting: SOMETHING FISHY IS GOING ON IN TORONTO

I just finished voting. First of all the polls were supposed to open at 9:00 am, my area (Toronto) wasn't open until 9:45 am. Inside the situation was CHAOTIC. I have seen more organized voting in a third world country. This was absolutely atrocious how chaotic it was in there. If I was a conspiracy guy I would say it was by design.

Anyways the ballot is old school simple x marks the spot. No instructions how to hand it in but I did it like I remember, I folded it and was instructed not to put it directly in the box but to hand it to the clerk. When I did he opened it up exposing my vote to himself and to those waiting to vote but , and big but, as he "refolded" my ballot he smudged the heavy pencil all across the other circles so my x was gone and it just looked like one big smudge mark across all ballots. It was clear my ballow would be considered "spoiled" and I asked for a new one and I didn't want anyone seeing my vote of fucking with it once I was done. Of course no one, many who barely spoke English, knew what to do so they had to phone a supervisor who DECLINED another ballot. So there goes my vote. Problem is , this place was crowded and we noticed that the ballots coming back that did not vote for the ruling party were all "spoiled" by the same method but the ballots voting for the ruling party were all a ok and folded properly so they didn't need "refolding" or smudging.

It's fucked up. Somebody tried to take video and pics and of course that's illegal so the cops were called. I am 100% sure the Liberals win my riding. No doubt about it. So be careful and be ready for a fucking chaotic shit hole situation.
有意思。看看窝村的投票站会不会也是这样
 
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