Measuring Labour Markets in Canada and the United States: 2007 Edition

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This report is the third instalment in ongoing research to assess the performance of labour markets and explain why results differ among jurisdictions. Such indicators of labour performance as job creation, unemployment, and productivity are used to assess Canadian provincial and US state labour market performance.Measuring Labour Markets in Canada and the United States: 2007 Edition is the third instalment in ongoing research to assess the performance of labour markets and explain why results differ among jurisdictions. The study provides a series of specific evaluations as well as a comprehensive measure of labour market performance. Such indicators of labour performance as job creation, unemployment, and productivity are used to assess Canadian provincial and US state labour market performance. The study also examines those characteristics and regulations of the labour market that have been shown to affect its performance.


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