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Construction and information, culture and recreation lead employment growth in October

Construction Information, culture and recreation Health care and social assistance Public administration Professional, scientific and technical services Agriculture Transportation and warehousing Educational services Other services Natural resources Utilities Business, building and other support services Accommodation and food services Finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing Manufacturing Wholesale and retail trade -30 -20 -10 0 10 20 30 employment change (thousands)
Note(s):
Change statistically significant in construction; information, culture and recreation; manufacturing; and wholesale and retail trade.
Source(s):
Labour Force Survey (3701), table 14-10-0355-01.

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Construction and information, culture and recreation lead employment growth in October
  employment change (thousands)
Construction 23.0
Information, culture and recreation 20.9
Health care and social assistance 8.9
Public administration 6.0
Professional, scientific and technical services 5.1
Agriculture 4.4
Transportation and warehousing 3.3
Educational services 2.6
Other services 1.7
Natural resources 0.7
Utilities -1.8
Business, building and other support services -3.2
Accommodation and food services -5.5
Finance, insurance, real estate, rental and leasing -8.1
Manufacturing -18.8
Wholesale and retail trade -21.7
Note(s):
Change statistically significant in construction; information, culture and recreation; manufacturing; and wholesale and retail trade.
Source(s):
Labour Force Survey (3701), table 14-10-0355-01.
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