Data clash on Canadian job growth

By Staff | June 11, 2013 | Last updated on June 11, 2013
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Only 9% of Canadian employers will add jobs from July to September, a 3% drop in expectation from the previous three months, shows a new survey by international recruitment company Manpower Group.

Yet, contradictory data keeps appearing, says Financial Post. A Statistics Canada report last week suggested stronger employment growth with 95,000 new jobs in May.

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