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Canada added 30,400 jobs in June: ADP report

by CMO Staff   

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The report measures the change in total nonfarm payroll employment each month. Manufacturing registered no change


TORONTO – Employment in Canada increased by 30,400 jobs from May to June, according to the June ADP Canada National Employment Report.

The report, which is derived from actual ADP payroll data, measures the change in total nonfarm payroll employment each month on a seasonally-adjusted basis. (Nonfarm includes goods, construction and manufacturing companies. It does not include farm workers, private household employees, or non-profit organization employees.)

Total Canada Nonfarm Payroll Employment: 30,400

Goods Producing:
    Manufacturing 0
    Construction 10,400
    Natural Resources and Mining -500
Service Providing:
    Trade/Transportation and Utilities 7,000
    Information 3,400
    Finance/Real Estate -2,000
    Professional/Business Services 8,800
         – Professional/Technical 4,600
         – Management of Companies -500
         – Administrative and Support 4,600
    Education & Health Care 2,500
         – Educational Services 2,200
         – Health Care 300
    Leisure and Hospitality 3,200
    Other Services -2,300



* Sum of components may not equal total, due to rounding.

“June experienced higher acceleration in job growth following a sharp decline in May,” said Ahu Yildirmaz, vice president and co-head of the ADP Research Institute. “Construction delivered the biggest contribution to the increase, along with professional/business services which reflects the increasing demand for high skilled workers.”

The May total of jobs added was revised down from -16,000 to -36,700.


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