In November, the Canadian Institute of Statistics broke down 94.100 jobs in high-time full-time recruitment and the unemployment rate dropped to a new 5.6 percent.
Earnings were much more than 11,000 new positions in a Reuters survey. In full-time jobs, 89.900 people increased in stronger private sector recruitment, while part-time positions increased by 4.1100.
The report will provide some relief for Stephen Poloz, the Governor of Canada, who said Thursday that the economic data has been disappointing since October.
On the other hand, the continuous increase in annual wage increases of employees – a figure closely followed by the central bank – fell for the sixth month in a row, dropped to 1.5 percent, the lowest since 1.2 percent in July 2017 .
The 94,100 increase in the number of jobs created – a jump of 0.5 percent per month – the biggest record left behind in March 2012 at 94,000.