Fun With Stats

(From Precarious Employment in the Canadian Labour Market: A Statistical Portrait by Cynthia J. Cranford of the University of Toronto, Mississauga, Leah F. Vosko of York University, and Nancy Zukewich of Statistics Canada, published in the Fall 2003 edition of JUST LABOUR)

Full-time, permanent employment of Canadians is becoming less common:

of total employment
1989 — 67%
2002 — 63%

There is a slow but continuing rise in temporary work:

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