London, Ont. jobless rate rose to 5.7% in June, Statistics Canada says – London

in Jul 08, 2022

The unemployment rate in London, Ont., rose again for the second straight month in June. According to Statistics Canada, London lost 1,600 jobs last month, resulting in the unemployment rate rising to 5.7 per cent in June from 5.2 per cent in May. Read more: Canada’s economy grew 0.3% in April, but signs of May[…]

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London-St. Thomas jobless rate fell to 4.8% in April, lowest since April 2019 – London

in May 06, 2022

The unemployment rate slot online paling gacor in London, Ont., and St. Thomas fell to 4.8 per cent in April, down from 5.3 per cent in March, marking the region’s lowest jobless rate since April 2019. The latest jobs numbers from Statistics Canada continue a downward trend for London-St. Thomas, after the region started 2022[…]

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London-St. Thomas jobless rate continues upward trend, reaches 10% in June – London

in Jul 09, 2021

The unemployment rate in London-St. Thomas climbed 0.3 percentage points to 10 per cent in June as the number of people looking for work once again outpaced the number of jobs created. It’s the highest the unemployment rate has been since July 2020, when it stood at 10.5 per cent. However, it’s still below[…]

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London-St. Thomas May jobless rate up 1.5 percentage points to 9.7% – London

in Jun 04, 2021

The unemployment rate for London-St. Thomas shot up to 9.7 per cent in May, up from 8.2 per cent in April. Data released Friday from Statistics Canada showed a third slot gacor gampang menang consecutive increase and the second in a row with a significant climb. Read more: London-St. Thomas unemployment rate soars to 8.2% in[…]

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London-St. Thomas jobless rate rises to 5% to end 2018 – London

London-St. Thomas jobless rate rises to 5% to end 2018 – London

in Jan 04, 2019

[ad_1] London ended 2018 on a sour note on the job front. New figures released by Stats Canada show London’s unemployment rate rose to five per cent to end the year, up from 4.8 per cent in November. The city lost 1,200 jobs in December as the size of the labour force declined while the[…]

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