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Employment Recovery Lags for Low Earners

In August 2020, employment increased by another 246,000 jobs (+1.4%) to bring total employment in the month to nearly 97% of its February level.  As…

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WorkWords

LMIC’s WorkWords is an online labour market encyclopedia that provides definitions of key labour market terms, data, uses and concepts.

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Strength in Numbers: LMIC, MDB Insight and Vicinity Jobs Harness Big Data

The idea of using online job postings to track labour market trends is not new. Vicinity Jobs started doing this in 2006, in collaboration with…

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From Our Blog

Employment Recovery Lags for Low Earners

By Brittany Feor | September 18, 2020

In August 2020, employment increased by another 246,000 jobs (+1.4%) to bring total employment in the month to nearly 97% of its February level.  As…

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Strength in Numbers: LMIC, MDB Insight and Vicinity Jobs Harness Big Data

By Guest Blog | September 8, 2020

The idea of using online job postings to track labour market trends is not new. Vicinity Jobs started doing this in 2006, in collaboration with…

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Immigrant Employment in Sectors Most Affected by COVID-19

By Behnoush Amery | September 1, 2020

Immigrants have suffered greater job losses during the COVID-19 pandemic than Canadian-born workers. Our recent blog post illustrates that employment dropped, in relative terms, for…

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