December was a stellar month for jobs in Canada, with StatsCan reporting 54,000 net new jobs, including a large jump in full-time positions.
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Canada has fewer full-time jobs today than it did a year ago.
An ever-larger share of Canadians are working in below-average wage jobs, CIBC says.
Even doctors, lawyers and engineers won't be spared.
Conference Board sees no retail job growth in the long run.
Canada added 67,000 part-time jobs in October, and lost 23,000 full-time ones.
Earning under $25,000? You can hold off on those student debt payments.
Canada’s job situation may be worse than previously believed.
Women made up a very small proportion.
Upcoming free trade deals could accelerate the trend.
But Ontario, B.C. take a breather.
StatsCan's two measures of jobs are like night and day right now.
U.S.'s winning streak on jobs is the longest since the early '90s.
After months of little movement, Canada's job market took a dive in July.
All provinces will create jobs next year, TD predicts.
Canada faces a "chronic atrophy of skills and employability of workers."
Some surprising places top this list.
How do you do it, British Columbia?
Long-term joblessness, youth unemployment remain a problem.
Immigrants account for all the job growth in Canada.
Cheap gas + housing boom = jobs.
GM plans to create 700 new engineering jobs in Canada.
Job growth triples economists' expectations.
Patient care can suffer when there are too few nurses.
To some economists, these numbers suggest Canada’s skilled-worker shortage is a mirage.
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