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Canada / 6.4 unemployed people for every job vacancy ( 5.2 a year ago)

In August, there were 219,000 job vacancies among Canadian businesses, a decline of 51,000 compared with August 2012. There were 6.4 unemployed people for every job vacancy, up from 5.2 one year earlier. The increase in the ratio of unemployment to job vacancies was all the result of the decline in job vacancies. The national job vacancy rate was 1.5% in August, down from 1.8% 12 months earlier. … Continue reading

Canada / The Trouble With Apprenticeship / Overall completion rate was 4.9% in 2007

Skilled labour shortages are expected in Canada. Apprenticeship is seen by many as one of the best ways to provide for a supply of skills matching industry needs. The German model is praised around the world, exported and copied elsewhere. What about the system in Canada? Statistics Canada has published a study by Christine Laporte … Continue reading

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