Table A.3.3.1
Trends in employment ratesNote 1 of 25 to 64-year-olds by highest level of education attained, Canada, provinces and territories, 2005 and 2015

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Table A.3.3.1
Trends in employment ratesTable A.3.3.1 Note 1 of 25 to 64-year-olds by highest level of education attained, Canada, provinces and territories, 2005 and 2015
Table summary
This table displays the results of Trends in employment rates of 25 to 64-year-olds by highest level of education attained Below upper secondary, Upper secondary, Postsecondary non-tertiary, Tertiary, All levels of education, 2005 and 2015, calculated using Percent units of measure (appearing as column headers).
  Below upper secondary Upper secondary Postsecondary non-tertiaryTable A.3.3.1 Note 2 Tertiary All levels of education
2005 2015 2005 2015 2005 2015 2005 2015 2005 2015
percent
OECD averagesTable A.3.3.1 Note 3  
Both sexes 56 56 Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 74 Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 79 84 84 72 74
Men 68 66 Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 81 Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 84 89 88 81 81
Women 46 46 Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 66 Note ..: not available for a specific reference period 76 79 80 64 68
CanadaTable A.3.3.1 Note 4  
Both sexes 56 55 75 71 79 80 82 82 76 76
Men 67 63 82 77 84 82 86 86 82 81
Women 44 45 69 64 72 75 79 79 71 72
Newfoundland and Labrador  
Both sexes 36 42 60 63 68 70 77 78 62 67
Men 43 45 67 67 70 71 78 81 65 70
Women 30 38 54 58 66 69 75 75 58 65
Prince Edward Island  
Both sexes 60 60 71 71 74 76 83 82 74 76
Men 65 63 76 76 77 78 85 85 77 78
Women 52 54 66 64 67 72 81 80 72 74
Nova Scotia  
Both sexes 50 51 72 68 75 71 80 80 72 73
Men 58 58 77 74 78 71 84 82 76 75
Women 40 43 67 61 70 71 76 79 67 71
New Brunswick  
Both sexes 46 50 72 70 71 73 80 81 70 73
Men 52 53 77 73 74 74 83 83 73 74
Women 39 46 68 67 65 70 78 79 67 72
Quebec  
Both sexes 52 54 73 70 76 79 81 82 73 76
Men 63 61 79 75 80 81 84 84 78 79
Women 40 46 66 64 70 77 79 80 68 73
Ontario  
Both sexes 58 52 76 69 81 78 83 82 78 76
Men 69 62 82 75 85 81 87 87 83 81
Women 46 42 69 63 72 71 79 78 72 72
Manitoba  
Both sexes 63 60 79 77 83 83 86 84 80 79
Men 74 71 85 82 87 85 89 89 85 84
Women 48 46 74 71 78 78 83 81 75 75
Saskatchewan  
Both sexes 63 64 80 78 84 84 85 85 80 81
Men 73 74 86 84 88 86 88 89 84 85
Women 49 46 74 71 79 79 83 83 76 76
Alberta  
Both sexes 68 65 80 76 87 85 84 83 81 80
Men 81 75 88 83 91 88 90 88 88 85
Women 53 53 72 69 79 75 80 79 74 74
British Columbia  
Both sexes 59 57 73 70 80 80 80 79 75 75
Men 69 63 80 78 85 81 85 84 81 80
Women 47 50 67 62 72 75 75 76 69 70
Yukon  
Both sexes 56 67 81 78 87 78 88 85 82 81
Men 64 70 79 83 87 84 88 86 82 83
Women 47 62 83 72 86 59 87 84 81 79
Northwest Territories  
Both sexes 62 58 85 74 90 87 92 90 83 81
Men 66 53 88 82 91 88 95 93 86 82
Women 59 63 82 67 87 86 90 89 80 79
Nunavut  
Both sexes 46 47 80 70 73 67 93 86 66 64
Men 50 43 82 69 77 65 97 88 70 61
Women 42 51 79 70 Note x: suppressed to meet the confidentiality requirements of the Statistics Act 73 89 84 61 67
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