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National June Unemployment rates remain unchanged

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Statistics Canada

National June Unemployment rates remain unchanged
In June, employment was little changed for the second consecutive month and the unemployment rate edged down 0.1 percentage points to 7.2%, as fewer people searched for work. Compared with 12 months earlier, employment increased 1.0% or 181,000.

Ottawa - July 6, 2012 - In June, employment was little changed for the second consecutive month and the unemployment rate edged down 0.1 percentage points to 7.2%, as fewer people searched for work.

Compared with 12 months earlier, employment increased 1.0% or 181,000. At the same time, full-time work was up 222,000 (+1.6%), while part-time work was little changed. The total number of hours worked rose 2.2%.

In June, there were employment gains in business, building and other support services; health care and social assistance; educational services; and utilities. These gains were offset by declines in information, culture and recreation as well as agriculture.

The number of public sector employees increased by 39,000 in June. Employment growth over the previous 12 months was mostly among private sector employees, up 149,000 (+1.3%).

Employment rose in Ontario and was little changed in the other provinces.

Women aged 25 and over posted employment increases in June, while the number of workers in the other demographic groups was unchanged.


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