Sunday, July 11, 2021

Canada added 231,000 jobs in June, pushing jobless rate down to 7.8%

CBC News shows that the certain numbers for June are much better than the most optimistic economists were expecting. A lot of people are getting back to work as more sectors like retail, restaurants and personal care services are opening up. Notably, the unemployment rate has fallen because people are more confident they will find work and get back into the workforce.


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  2. This is great news. Gradually, the economy will only grow. Personally prefer to have several sources of income, so recently started playing at I think that you always need to earn more than necessary.

    1. More jobs added is really good news for Canada. Canada added 94,000 jobs in July, pushing jobless rate down to 7.5% Canada's economy added 94,000 jobs in July, far fewer than what economists were expecting, but enough to push the jobless rate down to 7.5 per cent. We are hoping the economy will grow more.


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