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According to the recent Labour Force Survey of Statistics Canada, employment in the country remained the same (+22,000; +0.1%). In December 2022 and January 2023, the country saw increased employment in Canada.
The unemployment rate also remained the same at 5.0% in the month of February. Employment remained primarily unchanged between the age groups of 25-54 years old.
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Employment among women has increased by 30,000 (+1.9%) between the 55-64 age groups in the month of February. More than 6 in every 10 women in this age group were employed. Also, 58.9% of women aged 15 and above were employed.
|Industry||Employment Growth in February|
|Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services||84,000|
|Health Care and Social Assistance||15,000|
The employment in the wholesale and retail trade and construction industry remained the same.
|Province and Territory||Employment Growth in February|
|Prince Edward Island||1,700|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||3,800|
Nova Scotia saw a decline in employment in February, with -4,700.
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