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Saskatchewan Unemployment Rate Dropped to 4.4% by 2015

Saskatchewan Unemployment Rate Dropped to 4.4% by 2015

Apr 18,2015

Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate has reached to 4.4% by 2015 march, as per the new statistics of Canada. Concerned sources of the country stated that the province is maintaining the lowest unemployment rate of 6.8% from the last 18months. Jobs, immigration, Skills and Training Minister Jeremy Harrison expressed his gratitude for all employers who have created more jobs to the people of Saskatchewan.

Jeremy Harrison further stated that an increase in the count of more number of jobs represents the rise in the country’s economy. Compared to the previous year jobs count, the figure of employment in Saskatchewan has enhanced to 6,400 by 2015 March. Among all the major provinces, Saskatchewan has attained third highest percentage growth.

Harrison further added that their government has made some investments in training and skills. Their main intention behind the investment is to proffer more facilities that would supportive to grab the opportunities at the earliest. 

Other highlights:

• Full-time employment rate has been increased to 8,700
• Saskatoon’s employment rate was 2,100 and Regina’s employment was 1,800, compared to previous year March month count
• Gain in educational services to 6.8%, building, business and others to 29.8%, leasing, insurance, finance and real estate to 6.6%
• Youth unemployment rate was 8.6 % 
• Saskatchewan employment rate increased to 7,000 by ranking highest among the provinces 
• Nationally, employment was up 28,700 i.e. rise in 0.2% 
• In the western Canada region, Alberta’s employment was 1,500, B.C. 5,700 and Manitoba has seen an increase of up to 6,100 compared to previous months. 

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