For Canadian students, the summer job market is vastly improved

By The Canadian Press	
		Unemployment Rates		Statistics Canada says economy lost 2,200 jobs in June				Jul 05 2019

"We'll forgive Canada's job marketplace for taking an early summer vacation by methodology of employment features, given the massive surge in hiring that preceded it", Avery Shenfeld, chief economist at Canadian Imperial Financial institution of Commerce, acknowledged in a display camouflage. The unemployment rate rose to 5.5 per cent, after reaching a four-decade low of 5.4 per cent in Would possibly presumably also simply.

Year-over-year average hourly wage growth for all employees was 3.8 per cent in June, giving the indicator its strongest month since May 2018 and second-best reading in a decade.

With a stable participation rate and few new jobs created, labor force growth helped to push the jobless rate up one-tenth of a point to 5.5 percent.

Overall, the report said the economy shed 2,200 net positions after adding about 24,000 full-time jobs and the loss of about 26,000 part-time jobs.

"That's very much dependent on inflation figures that we would be seeing coming out of other markets or any national numbers which is really the motivating force and factor for decisions taken by the bank on rates", he added.

"It doesn't change our view around the Bank of Canada", said Robert Both, Canadian macro strategist at TD Securities. "But it is going to give them a little more confidence to push back against the market pricing for rate cuts". "The Bank of Canada will be encouraged", he said by phone.

The health services and social assistance sectors saw employment grow by 21,900 in June.

The flat discovering out for employment in June doesn't alter the image of a labour market that stays the necessary driver of Canada's expansion, with most economists widely wanting forward to a slowdown from its most contemporary unsustainable tempo.

"Indeed, the immediate investor reaction appeared to reflect the positive data on faster wage growth in Canada and strong U.S. non-farm payrolls, the latter allaying some fears, at least for now, that Canada's largest trading partner is shifting into a much lower gear", he wrote.



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