Table 4 
Beneficiaries receiving regular income benefits1 by occupation,2 Canada – Seasonally adjusted 

Beneficiaries receiving regular income benefits by occupation, Canada – Seasonally adjusted
  June 2014 May 2015p June 2015p May to June 2015 June 2014 to June 2015 May to June 2015 June 2014 to June 2015
  numbernumbernumber changechange % change% change
All occupations 511,390 526,510 531,700 5,190 20,310 1.0 4.0
Management occupations 31,090 32,290 32,520 230 1,430 0.7 4.6
Senior management occupations 2,710 2,860 2,830 -30 120 -1.0 4.4
Other management occupations 28,380 29,430 29,690 260 1,310 0.9 4.6
Business, finance and administrative occupations 63,610 63,310 64,090 780 480 1.2 0.8
Professional occupations in business and finance 4,940 4,960 5,020 60 80 1.2 1.6
Financial, secretarial and administrative occupations 17,370 17,260 17,310 50 -60 0.3 -0.3
Clerical occupations, including supervisors 41,300 41,090 41,760 670 460 1.6 1.1
Natural and applied sciences and related occupations 27,220 29,980 30,920 940 3,700 3.1 13.6
Health occupations 7,790 7,630 7,630 0 -160 0.0 -2.1
Professional occupations in health, nurse supervisors and registered nurses 1,270 1,270 1,280 10 10 0.8 0.8
Technical, assisting and related occupations in health 6,530 6,370 6,350 -20 -180 -0.3 -2.8
Occupations in social science, education, government service and religion 29,290 27,740 27,490 -250 -1,800 -0.9 -6.1
Occupations in social science, government service and religion 15,260 14,840 14,750 -90 -510 -0.6 -3.3
Teachers and professors 14,030 12,900 12,740 -160 -1,290 -1.2 -9.2
Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport 9,760 9,070 8,930 -140 -830 -1.5 -8.5
Sales and service occupations 97,620 87,730 90,560 2,830 -7,060 3.2 -7.2
Wholesale, insurance, real estate sales specialists, and retail, wholesale and grain buyers 5,120 4,980 5,270 290 150 5.8 2.9
Retail salespersons, sales clerks, cashiers, including retail trade supervisors 16,600 15,030 16,620 1,590 20 10.6 0.1
Chefs and cooks, and occupations in food and beverage service, including supervisors 17,240 16,690 16,640 -50 -600 -0.3 -3.5
Occupations in protective services 4,880 4,830 4,880 50 0 1.0 0.0
Childcare and home support workers 22,200 15,170 15,860 690 -6,340 4.5 -28.6
Sales and service occupations (not elsewhere classified), including occupations in travel and accommodation, attendants in recreation and sport as well as supervisors 31,590 31,030 31,300 270 -290 0.9 -0.9
Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations 164,080 179,890 182,150 2,260 18,070 1.3 11.0
Contractors and supervisors in trades and transportation 6,110 7,180 7,320 140 1,210 1.9 19.8
Construction trades 34,530 36,780 37,100 320 2,570 0.9 7.4
Other trades occupations 37,830 44,310 45,650 1,340 7,820 3.0 20.7
Transport and equipment operators 39,640 42,840 43,340 500 3,700 1.2 9.3
Trades helpers, construction and transportation labourers and related occupations 45,970 48,770 48,730 -40 2,760 -0.1 6.0
Occupations unique to primary industry 33,930 38,960 40,120 1,160 6,190 3.0 18.2
Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing and utilities 46,550 49,120 46,620 -2,500 70 -5.1 0.2
Machine operators and assemblers in manufacturing, including supervisors 23,510 25,690 23,740 -1,950 230 -7.6 1.0
Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities 23,030 23,430 22,880 -550 -150 -2.3 -0.7
p
preliminary
Source(s):
CANSIM table 276-0041.
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