Chart 2
More workers transition from being self-employed to being employees than before the pandemic

proportion (%) 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Jan. 2018 2019 2020 Nov. 2021 EmployeesEmployees 2018-2019 average2018-2019 average
Note(s):
Proportion of respondents who were employees in the reference month, among those who were self-employed in the previous month.
Source(s):
Labour Force Survey (3701), custom tabulation.

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More workers transition from being self-employed to being employees than before the pandemic, proportion (%)
  Employees 2018-2019 average
January 2018 10.5 11.3
February 2018 11.4 11.3
March 2018 10.1 11.3
April 2018 11.1 11.3
May 2018 11.6 11.3
June 2018 11.3 11.3
July 2018 12.2 11.3
August 2018 12.7 11.3
September 2018 12.0 11.3
October 2018 11.6 11.3
November 2018 11.3 11.3
December 2018 10.4 11.3
January 2019 13.3 11.3
February 2019 10.5 11.3
March 2019 10.5 11.3
April 2019 11.3 11.3
May 2019 9.7 11.3
June 2019 11.8 11.3
July 2019 12.8 11.3
August 2019 11.3 11.3
September 2019 10.4 11.3
October 2019 10.6 11.3
November 2019 11.0 11.3
December 2019 11.0 11.3
January 2020 10.1 11.3
February 2020 11.0 11.3
March 2020 13.5 11.3
April 2020 11.7 11.3
May 2020 13.6 11.3
June 2020 14.4 11.3
July 2020 14.9 11.3
August 2020 15.5 11.3
September 2020 15.9 11.3
October 2020 14.2 11.3
November 2020 14.1 11.3
December 2020 13.5 11.3
January 2021 11.2 11.3
February 2021 11.3 11.3
March 2021 12.0 11.3
April 2021 11.9 11.3
May 2021 13.3 11.3
June 2021 13.4 11.3
July 2021 13.5 11.3
August 2021 14.6 11.3
September 2021 13.2 11.3
October 2021 14.8 11.3
November 2021 14.2 11.3
Note(s):
Proportion of respondents who were employees in the reference month, among those who were self-employed in the previous month.
Source(s):
Labour Force Survey (3701), custom tabulation.
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