Canada: private sector job destruction rate in by industry 2017

This statistic shows the gross employment destruction rate in the private sector in Canada in 2017, distinguished by industry. In 2017, 12.2 percent of jobs in the construction industry were destroyed in Canada. The gross employment destruction rate doesn't take jobs created that year into account.

Gross employment destruction rate in the private sector in Canada in 2017, by industry

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Source

Release date

June 2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2017

Supplementary notes

Gross employment destruction is the sum of gross employment destruction by declining incumbents and by exits.
The private sector covers all industrial sectors except those primarily involved in educational services, health care and social assistance, and public administration. It includes unclassified businesses.
Unclassified businesses are those for which the industrial classification has yet to be determined.

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