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In the works

Some of the topics in upcoming issues of Perspectives on Labour and Income.

Time-crunched families

A profile of time-crunched families in the context of increased labour market participation of women with children and a higher share of dual-earner families.

Employer top-ups

A look at the trends in the proportion of mothers with a paid job who receive a top-up from their employer after birth, as well as their socio-demographic and job characteristics. 

Immigrants: Still settling for less?

Despite their higher education level, immigrants continue to be over-represented in low-skilled jobs and to have lower earnings than Canadian-born workers.

Wages of older workers

With the aging of the baby-boomers, age-earnings profiles will be of even more importance in forecasting future pension benefits payout.