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Statistics Canada says job vacancies rose 3.8 per cent in September

OTTAWA –


Statistics Canada says the variety of job vacancies was up 3.8 per cent in September at 994,800.


The company says the month-over-month improve was largely attributable to seasonal differences, as job vacancies usually peak in September.


The variety of vacancies in the lodging and meals companies sector rose 12.0 per cent to 152,400, whereas the development business noticed a acquire of 14.0 per cent to 93,900.


The variety of vacancies in manufacturing was down 11.3 per cent at 76,000 in September.


On a year-over-year foundation, Statistics Canada says the whole variety of job vacancies was little modified.


The job emptiness fee, measured because the variety of vacant positions as a proportion of whole labour demand, was 5.7 per cent in September, up from 5.4 per cent in August, however down from 5.9 per cent in September 2021.


 


This report by The Canadian Press was first printed Nov. 24, 2022

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