32,700 Canada Jobs increased from January to February 2018 as per the latest report of ADP Canada National Employment. The report is produced every month by the ADP Research Institute and is derived from the actual data for payroll with ADP. It keeps a track of the figures of employee payroll in Non-farm sectors. Below is the break-up of the Canada Jobs:
- Manufacturing – 3,300
- Construction – 5,200
- Natural Resources & Mining – 100
- Trade/Transportation & Utilities – 9,500
- Finance/Real Estate – 1,600
- Professional/Business Services – 3,200
- Professional/Technical – 2,600
- Management of Companies -1,100
- Administrative & Support – 1,700
- Education & Health Care 16,000
- Educational Services – 8,100
- Health Care – 7,900
- Leisure and Hospitality – 1,300
- Other Services 2,000
ADP Research Institute Co-head and Vice-president Ahu Yildirmaz said that the month of February was really strong in terms of growth of Canada jobs. Significant growth was witnessed by the Healthcare and Education sectors specifically. These 2 sectors accounted for almost 50% of the jobs growth. There were also crucial gains in Construction and Trade, added Yildirmaz, as quoted by the Newswire CA.
Canada National Employment Report by ADP is a measure of the variations in figures of non-farm payroll jobs in Canada on a monthly basis. It is derived from the anonymous and actual data for a payroll of the client firms serviced by ADP Canada. The report measures more than 2 million Canadian workers. It offers emerging trends for workforce strategy and employment.
The report by ADP for the national employment figures in Canada every month is a part of the commitment to add deeper insights into the Canada labor market. It offers the businesses, industry stakeholders, and governments with valuable and credible information.
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