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6 results found for: "Alberta--Economic conditions"

Organizations: Employment and Immigration (2008-2011)

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April 1, 2018

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Alberta labour force profiles provide labour market information on five segments of Alberta's labour force. This profile focuses on workers aged 45 and older.


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February 1, 2018

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Provides statistical information on women employed in the Alberta labour market. Topics covered include: participation, employment and unemployment rates, duration of unemployment, employment by industry and occupation, educational attainment, and average hourly wage.


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April 1, 2009

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This report, Alberta Profile, is one of three reports in the Alberta 2006 Census Analysis series that present results and analyses with findings from the 2006 Canadian Census. The Alberta 2006 Census Analysis series focuses on labour market activities in Alberta and, where available, includes...


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February 1, 2009

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Over the last decade, Alberta's economy has been one of the strongest in Canada. The province enjoys high wages and low unemployment. In 2007, Alberta's unemployment rate fell to 3.6%, below the 5% level that is often used to indicate a balanced labour market. The low unemployment rate in Alberta...


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June 20, 2008

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Provides labour market information on five segments of Alberta's labour force which will contribute to the full utilization of skills of all Albertans, older workers, women, youth, aboriginal people and immigrants.


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June 1, 2007

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For the purpose of this profile, older workers are defined as those people who are aged 45+ years. Population of Alberta's Older Workers: In 2007, Alberta had the lowest proportion of older workers in Canada. The number of older workers in Alberta's working age population (WAP) grew by 48.4%...