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Table 4 
Beneficiaries receiving regular income benefits1 by occupation2, Canada – Seasonally adjusted

Beneficiaries receiving regular income benefits by occupation, Canada – Seasonally adjusted
  December 2013 November 2014p December 2014p November to December 2014 December 2013 to December 2014 November to December 2014 December 2013 to December 2014
  numbernumbernumber changechange % change% change
All occupations 519,760 491,730 495,290 3,560 -24,470 0.7 -4.7
Management occupations 31,870 31,030 30,940 -90 -930 -0.3 -2.9
Senior management occupations 2,810 2,760 2,770 10 -40 0.4 -1.4
Other management occupations 29,060 28,260 28,170 -90 -890 -0.3 -3.1
Business, finance and administrative occupations 64,770 61,200 60,940 -260 -3,830 -0.4 -5.9
Professional occupations in business and finance 5,080 4,730 4,650 -80 -430 -1.7 -8.5
Financial, secretarial and administrative occupations 17,410 16,460 16,480 20 -930 0.1 -5.3
Clerical occupations, including supervisors 42,270 40,000 39,810 -190 -2,460 -0.5 -5.8
Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 28,000 26,810 27,160 350 -840 1.3 -3.0
Health occupations 7,860 7,530 7,430 -100 -430 -1.3 -5.5
Professional occupations in health, nurse supervisors and registered nurses 1,320 1,240 1,230 -10 -90 -0.8 -6.8
Technical, assisting and related occupations in health 6,550 6,290 6,210 -80 -340 -1.3 -5.2
Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion 27,810 28,090 27,800 -290 -10 -1.0 0.0
Occupations in social science, government service and religion 14,600 14,960 14,970 10 370 0.1 2.5
Teachers and professors 13,210 13,130 12,830 -300 -380 -2.3 -2.9
Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 9,950 9,470 9,420 -50 -530 -0.5 -5.3
Sales and service occupations 92,620 87,400 87,180 -220 -5,440 -0.3 -5.9
Wholesale, insurance, real estate sales specialists, and retail, wholesale and grain buyers 5,200 4,840 4,820 -20 -380 -0.4 -7.3
Retail salespersons, sales clerks, cashiers, including retail trade supervisors 17,610 15,740 15,810 70 -1,800 0.4 -10.2
Chefs and cooks, and occupations in food and beverage service, including supervisors 17,730 16,710 16,640 -70 -1,090 -0.4 -6.1
Occupations in protective services 5,080 4,680 4,730 50 -350 1.1 -6.9
Childcare and home support workers 15,270 15,030 15,020 -10 -250 -0.1 -1.6
Sales and service occupations (not elsewhere classified), including occupations in travel and accommodation, attendants in recreation and sport as well as supervisors 31,730 30,390 30,160 -230 -1,570 -0.8 -4.9
Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 172,120 160,260 164,930 4,670 -7,190 2.9 -4.2
Contractors and supervisors in trades and transportation 6,670 6,020 6,360 340 -310 5.6 -4.6
Construction trades 36,620 33,670 34,700 1,030 -1,920 3.1 -5.2
Other trades occupations 40,340 37,120 38,050 930 -2,290 2.5 -5.7
Transport and equipment operators 39,940 38,240 38,920 680 -1,020 1.8 -2.6
Trades helpers, construction and transportation labourers and related occupations 48,550 45,210 46,890 1,680 -1,660 3.7 -3.4
Occupations unique to primary industry 37,180 35,210 35,430 220 -1,750 0.6 -4.7
Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 47,200 44,200 43,410 -790 -3,790 -1.8 -8.0
Machine operators and assemblers in manufacturing, including supervisors 22,750 21,500 20,800 -700 -1,950 -3.3 -8.6
Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities 24,450 22,700 22,610 -90 -1,840 -0.4 -7.5
p
preliminary
Source(s):
CANSIM table 276-0041.
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