Table 6
Women and men aged 25 to 54, by selected employment characteristics and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009

Table 6
Women and men aged 25 to 54, by selected employment characteristics and activity limitations status, Canada, 2009
Table summary
This table displays the results of women and men aged 25 to 54. The information is grouped by employment characteristic appearing as row headers, women, men, with activity limitations, without activity limitations appearing as column headers, calculated using percentage as a unit of measure.
Employment characteristic Women Men
With
activity
limitations
Without
activity
limitations
With
activity
limitations
Without
activity
limitations
percentage
Employment status
Employed last week 60.2* 80.6 66.6* 88.9
Not employed last week 27.2* 18.7 17.4* 10.3
Permanently unable to work 12.6* 0.7E 16.1* 0.8
Usual hours worked per week in current job1
Less than 30 hours 22.1 16.7 6.6E 4.2
30 to 40 hours 54.3 59.1 45.7 47.4
41 to 50 hours 13.7 16.4 24.9 27.3
More than 50 hours 9.9E 7.8 22.8 21.1
Occupation1
Management 5.8E 7.7 13.7E 13.2
Business, finance and administrative 24.8 28.6 15.8E 12.3
Natural and applied sciences and related 4.1E 3.6 7.2E* 12.4
Health 12.7E 13.5 F 2.2
Social science, education, govenment, culture,
recreation, sport and religion
19.6 18.3 4.6E* 9.0
Sales and service 25.5 22.1 17.0 14.6
Trades and blue-collar 7.6E 6.2 37.8 36.2
E use with caution
* statistically significant difference from same sex without activity limitations at p < 0.05
1. Employed persons only.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Community Health Survey, 2009.
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