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Mortgage Broker News | 04 Dec 2015, 10:26 AM Agree 0
The latest employment numbers were released Friday morning, and they are bleaker than economists expected
  • Trevor Jones | 04 Dec 2015, 11:23 AM Agree 0
    Statscan is a joke manipulated by the politicians. If they admit that youth unemployment is 13% then it is really 22% unemployment. If they tell you nationwide unemployment is 7% it is really 18% because they don't factor in people who have disappeared from the numbers when their welfare runs out, self employed people earning no income due to the bad economy. Justin Trudeau better be prepared. We are heading to a serious recession. The only people making huge profits are the major banks and they are still laying off people. Coupled with the influx of refugees eventually on our welfare rolls this Country will be a huge mess in 1 year.
  • Peter | 04 Dec 2015, 11:48 AM Agree 0
    These job statistics are always a bunch of fabricated hogwash!
    Job statistics only show those as unemployed if you are collecting EI. Once you are off EI, but still have no job, you are no longer a statistic. Therefore the jobless rate has just decreased!
    Job statistics do NOT show the huge number of people who are under-employed and are desperate to take a lower paying job or any job to make ends meet.
    Job statistics DO show the newly hired minimum wage part-time jobs in the retail and hospitality sectors.
    What kind of artificially inflated garbage is this .... In October, the survey reported that the labour force had ballooned by 44,400 net jobs thanks to the increase in temporary public-administration work likely connected to the federal election.
  • Walid Hammami | 05 Dec 2015, 10:38 PM Agree 0
    Why so negative. Don't count on the government or anyone else to create a job. Create your own cultivate a culture of entrepreneurship with everyone you meet.
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