Wage growth is accelerating, too.
Private-sector jobs saw their biggest monthly increase on record.
Indigenous tech workers also make considerably less than average.
With the jobless rate at four-decade lows, we should be seeing better pay hikes than this.
Even police and emergency workers could be out of work thanks to automation.
Women account for 60 per cent of professionals in precarious work.
But last month's job growth was all in part-time work, with the country losing full-time positions.
Nobody really knows what's going on in Canada's job market right now. That's a problem for policymakers.
Some smaller cities are seeing a hiring boom, but that may not last.
The country added 32,000 positions in March, beating expectations.