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Find statistics and analysis on the labour force, employment issues (such as hours worked, number of employees and payrolls) and income. Learn more about the various surveys conducted by Statistics Canada and access the data. You will also find internationally comparable data available from the International Labour Office.
General labour data
Access local, national and international labour and wage statistics.
Tourism industry — Labour Market Information Find information on the tourism industry including number of people employed, salaries, labour shortages, certification, and human resource trends. New Brunswick labour market information
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New Brunswick Job Market Trends and News Find information on local wage rates, and on regional hiring news and events to help you understand the trends in your area. Labour-related statistics Browse Statistics Canada resources on the labour market activities of the Canadian population. Labour data from the census Get labour data based on information collected in the 2011 Census. ILOSTAT — International Labour Statistics Database Access and compare international labour data for over 200 countries or territories. Wages specific to occupation and location How much should you be paying your employees? Use this free resource to find average wage standards based on occupation and location. Newfoundland and Labrador Labour Market Information
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Newfoundland and Labrador Services on collective bargaining
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Ontario Workforce Planning Boards Network
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Ontario Labour force
A key source of information on what is happening in Canada's labour market is Statistics Canada's Labour Force Survey. The data from the survey is available in various forms.
Employment, payrolls and hours
Use these statistics to get detailed information on the total number of paid employees in Canada, the company payrolls and the number of hours worked, sorted by industry, province and territory.
Labour and income
Get information on the number of Canadians who are employed, the types of jobs they have and what their salaries are, compared to what they were in the past. This information can help you to choose your market and price your goods or services to suit your customers.