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DECEMBRE 1971
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THE LABOUR FORCE
LA MAIN-D'OEUVRE
DECEMBER
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1971 - DCEMBRE
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Vol. 27—No. 12
Employment and Earnings
Emploi et gains
72-002 - Employment. Earnings and Hours (monthly)
(This publication relates industry and area
index numbers and levels of employment; averages of weekly earnings; wages and salaries;
averages of hours per week and earnings per
hour; historical comparisons; charts and explanatory material.)
72-002 - Employment, Earnings and Hours (mensuel)
(Fait ressortir le rapport entre les nombres-indices
Ia
relatifs
la branche d'activité economique et
region et lea niveaux d'emploi; gains hebdomadaires
moyens; riminerations; horaire hebdomadaire moyen et
gains horaires moyens; comparaisons chronologiques;
diagrausues et notes explicatives.)
72-008 - Estimates of Employees by Province and Industry
Bil.
(This publication provides current monthly
estimates of employees in the eight industry
divisions for which index numbers of employment have been published for many years in
'Employment and Payrolls".)
72-008 - Estimations du nonibre d'employés par province et par
industrie (mensuel) Bit.
(Estimations mensuellea du nonibre d'employés dana lea
huit branches d'activité dont lea indices de l'emploi
ont eté publiés pendant de nombreuses années dans
Employment and Payrolls.)
72-201 - Review of Employment and Average Weekly Wages
and Salaries (Annual)
(This publication provides industry and area
fluctuations in industrial employment, payrolls and average weekly wages and salaries.)
72-201 - Review of Employment and Average Weekly Wages and
Salaries (annuel)
(Fluctuations, par branche d'activité et par region,
de l'emploi industriel, réuiznérations et remunerations
hebdomadaires moyennes.)
Unemployment Insurance
Assurance-ch&nage
73-001 - Statistical Report on the Operation of the
Unemployment Insurance Act (Monthly) Bil.
(This publication provides estimates of the
insured population, claims filed and claimants
on the live unemployment register on the last
working day of the month.)
73-001 - Rapport statistigue stir l'application de la loi
I 'assurance-ch3mage (mensuel) Bil.
(Estimations de Ia population assuree, du nombre
demandes de prestations et du nombre de prestatai' dana le registre actif de chdmage le dernier jour
ouvrable du mois.)
73-201 - Annual Report on Benefit Periods Established
and Terminated Under the Unemployment Insurance
Act (Annual) 811.
(This publication provides information on the
personal characteristics, occupational and industrial status of both the insured population
and persons establishing and terminating benefit periods.
73-201 - PCriodes de prestations établies et terininées aux
tenses de la Loi sur l'assurance-chômage (annuel) Eu.
Other Labour Force Survey Publications
Autres publications relatives
71-201 - Seasonally-Adjusted Labour Force Statistics
(Annual) Eu.
(This publication contains more than two-hundred and seventy-five time series, derived from
the monthly labour force survey, for the period January 1953 to December 1971.)
71-201 - Main-d'oeuvre - Statistique désaisonnalisée (annuel)
Eu.
(Cootient plus de 275 series chronologiques tirées de
l'enquéte mensuelle stir la main-d'oeuvre, pour Is
periods de janvier 1953
dCcembre 1971.)
71-520 - Facts About the Unemployed (occasional) Bul.
(This publication presents in a convenient
form, the main facts about unemployment in
Canada for the period 1960 to 1971.)
71-520 - Données stir le chômage (hors sdrie) Bil.
(Principales données stir le chômage au Canada pour is
période 1960-1971, presentées aous une forms coiinnode.)
a
a
(Caractfristiques personnelles, profession et branche
d'activitd de Ia population assuree et des personnes
pour lesquelles des periodes de prestatious soot etablies ou tertninéea.)
a
l'enquete sur Is main-d'oeuvre
a
so
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'IA BLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE DES MATIERES
Page
Page
HIGBLIC1'ITS
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5POINTS SAILLANTS ...........................5
CHARTS
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7GRAPHIQUES .................................7
TABLEAUX
TABLES
Canada - Analytical Tables
Summary - by sex ...................
- by age ...................
- by marital status ........
20
21
23
Full-time and part-time labour force
Duration of unemployment ...........
Industry and occupation ............
Hours and reasons of absence .......
24
25
26
28
Canada - Tableaux analytigues
Sommaire - selon lesexe.................
selonl'âge...................
selon l'état matrimonial
Main-d'oeuvre a plein temps et A teinps
partiel................................
Duréeduchômage.........................
Branche d'activité et professions ........
Heures et raisons des absences ...........
Canada - Detailed Current Data
Summary - by age ...................
- by marital status ........
Industry and occupation ............
Class of workers ...................
Hours and reasons of absence .......
30
31
32
34
34
Canada - Données courantes détaillées
Sommaire - selonl'âge...................
selon l'état matrimonial ......
Branche d'activité et profession .........
Statutprofessionnel .....................
Heures et raisons des absences ...........
30
31
32
34
34
36
38
40
-
-
-
20
21
23
24
25
26
28
Regions
Summary ............................
Main age groups ....................
Detailed current data ..............
38
40
Regions
Sousnaire.................................
Grands groupesd'âge.....................
Données courantes détaillées .............
Provinces ............................
43
Provinces..................................
43
Seasonally-adj€ted Series - from
December 1970 to December 1971 .....
44
Series désaisonnalisées - de décembre 1970
Adécembre1971..........................
44
Annual Averages - Historical Tables
48
Moyennes annuelles - Tableaux chronologiques
48
36
NOTES...............................57
NOTA.......................................57
SPECIAL NOTE
NOTE SPCIALE
This edition contains, in addition to the
regular material, an article on "Educational
Attainment, May 1971" on page 51.
La présente edition contient, en plus des renseignenients réguliers, un article sur "Niveau de
scolarité, mai 1971", que l'on trouvera A la page 51.
Selected Seasonally-Adjusted Labour Force Serfs, and Month-to-Month tham:'
Certaines s86ies d4ealsonnalia8es de is main-d'oeuvre et variations menawl
Monthly estimates and rates
Aug.
Dec.
Nov.
Oct.
Sept.
1971
1970
1971
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Smausry - Soursaire
Labour force - Main-d'oeuvre ..................................8,7878,7428,774 8,722 8,6658,6598.453+ 45- 32 + 52+ 57+6
76- 25 + 89-S-7
Employad - Porsonnes employdes .............................. 8,2398,1638,188 8,099 8,1048,1117,897+
- 31-7 - 37+ 62+ 13
Unemployed - ChBmeurs .......................................548579586623561548556
per cent - pourcencage
0.2- 0.2
Participation rare - Taux d'activité ..........................56 . 656.156.356.055.856.055.6+ 0.5- 0.2 + 0.3 +
chRsnsgo ...........................6.26.66.77.16.56.36.6-0.4- 0.1 - 0.4+ 0.6+ 0.2
os
Unemployment rate - Ta do
thousands - ,uilliera
Employment - Empioi
25 +
Total ......................................................... 8, 23 98,1638.188 8,099 8,1048,1117,897+ 76Persons 25 years and over - Personnes do 25 ann et plus ....6,174 6,130 6,148 6,093 6,0816,1125,960 + 64 - 18 +
Men - flotunes ........................ .. ................... .4,2934,2774,284 4,263 4,2654,2734,227+ 16-7 +
12 +
Women - Peruses ............................................1,8771,8481,860 1,830 5,8121,8431,733+ 29Persona 14-24 years - peruonnes do 14 1 24 ass .............. 2 , 0692,0332,044 2,0082,0151,9951,938+ 36- 11 +
89 -S-7
55 + 12 - 31
21-2-8
30+ 1831
36-7+ 20
Usually work 35 hours or mare(1) - Travaillant ordinuironenc
+ 84- 18- 18
35 heures ou plun(l) ......................................7 , 2097,1597.161 7,0777,0957,1136,934+ 50-2
+2 + 52- 31+ 11
Men - Hosases ..............................................5,1095,1095,107 5.055 5,0865,0754,98654
10
+
3314- 28
1,949
+
2,010
2,038
2,101
2,047
2.024
2,057
Women - Fenr,es ............................................
Usually work less than 35 hours(1) - Travaillant
ordinairement mains de 35 heures(l) ....................... 1 , 0169941,026 1,0241,0341,015951+ 22- 32 +2- 10*
18 - 12+5
Men - lloum,es .............................................. 337324342354349349331+ 137- 12 + 13- 16
Wolasts - Feursen ............................................ 679672684671687668619+
Atlantic Region - Region do l'Atlantique ....................607613614615620624603 - 6- I -1-5Québec ...................................................... 2,2322,2112,220 2,180 2.2072,1982,174+ 21-9 + 40- 27
34
Ontario ..................................................... 3,1673,1283,120 3,105 3.0713,0832,996+ 39+8 + 15+
Prairie Region - Ré8lon des prairies .......... . ............ . 1,3451,3511,352 1,3531,3551.3491,299-6-1 -1-2
British Colonbia - Colo,ubie-Britarnsiquo .....................881864877856850845820+ 17- 13 + 21+6
Unemp loyment - ChOmege
62+ 13
Total ......................................................... 548579586623561548556- 31-7 - 37+
Persona 25 years and over - Peruonnes de 25 sos Ct plus 296316323541283310306 - 20 - 7 - 18+ 58 - 27
39-9
243
9
+
4
32
+
Men - Hoassas .............................................. 227246242274235244
8 + 12+5-2
Women - Penises ............................................ 69687664495163+18+ 28
Persons 14-24 years - Personnes de 14 7s 24 ans ..............255262261278270242251-7+1 - 17+
On temporary layoff up to 30 days - Rn congCdiersent tempo4-9 + 10+3- 10
raire jusqu'l 30 jours .................................... 33293828253539+
Without work and seeking work - Sans trsvail at an quCte do
31- 14 - 29 + 56+ 20
travail ...................................................515546560589533513516-8
Under 1 nonth - Mo1n dun n,ois ...........................120Ill107140106114119+9+4 - 53+ 34
12+ 22
1-3 months - s,ois ......................................... 187216232217205183195- 29- 16 + 15+
-2
10
+
1
+
4
- 15+
4.6 months -mom ..........................................110125115114110112113
11+6 +I+3+3
7 months and over - main et plus ..........................112123117116113110104Atlantic Region - Region de lAciantique ....................71666671646556 +5 -5+7 -I
- 12-2 - 17+ 26-9
Québec ......................................................192204206223197206203
162-21-2+3 +22+14
Ontario ..................................................... 163184186183161147
4 - 17 + 7+ 2+ 6
66
66
81
74
72
60
64
Prairie Region - Region des prairies ........................
British Coiosbia - Colosubie-Britannique .....................65645865626770+1+ 6 - 7+ 3 - 5
Unemployment Rate - Taos, do chômsge per cent - pourcentage
Total .......................................................... 6.26.66.77.16.56.36.6-0.4- 0.1 - 0.4 + 0.6+ 0.2
Persona 25 years and over - PersOnaes do 25 ans at plus 4.64.95.05.34.44.84.9 - 0.3 - 0.1 - 0.3 + 0.9 - 0.4
Men - Norsass ...............................................5.05.45.36.05.25.45.4-0.4+ 0.1 - 0.7 + 0.8-0.2
Women - Feuses .............................................3.53.53.93.42.62.73.5-- 0.4 + 0.5 + 0.8-0.1
peraofls 14-24 years - personnes tIe 14 I 24 ass ...............11.011.411.312.211.810.811.5- 0.4+ 0.1 - 0.9+ 0.4+ 1.0
Atlantic Region - Region tIe l'Ac1antiqae .....................10.59.79.710.39.49.48.5+ 0.8-- 0.6+ 0.9Québec ....................................................... 7.98.48.59.38.28.68.5- 0.5- 0. I - 0.8+ 1.1- 0.4
Ontario ...................................................... 4.95.65.65.65.04.65.1- 0.7--+ 0.6+ 0.4
Prairie Region - Region des prairies .........................4. 34.55.75.25.04.74.8- 0.2- 1.2 + 0.5 + 0.2+ 0.3
British Colninbia - Colmobie-Brita,snique ......................6.96.96.27.16.87.37.9-+ 0.7 - 0.9+ 0.3- 0.5
Participation Ra te - Thus d'activitC
Total ..........................................................56.656.156.356.055.856.055.6+
Persons 25 years and over - Personnes do 25 ann et plus 58.558.358.558.157.858.358.0+
83.783.583.683.683.383.884.5+
Men - Houmes ..............................................
34.533,934.433.733.233.932.6+
Women - Fes ............................................
51.751.051.350.850.950.250.0+
Persons 14-24 years - Personnea do 14 1 24 ama ..............
Atlantic Region - Region do 1 'Atlancique ....................
Québec ......................................................
Ontario .....................................................
prairie Region - Region don Prairies ........................
British Col,anbia - Colombie-Britannique .....................
0.5-0.2 + 0.3+ 0.20.2- 0.2 + 0.4+ 0.3 0.2- 01-+ 0.30.6- 0.5 + 0.7 + 0.50.7- 0.3 + 0.5- 0.1-
47.947.747.747.948.348.747.4+ 0.2-55.254.955.154.454.754.855.0+ 0,3- 0.2 +
58. 958.658.458.357.657.957.6+ 0.3+ 0.2 +
56.757.157.757.557.657.456.1- 0.4- 0.6 +
58.457.458.157.357.056.857.0+ 1.0- 0.7 +
0.2- 0.4
0.7- 0.30.1 + 0.7- ii. 7
0.2- 0.1+ 0.2
0.8+ 0.3+ 0.2
(1) In the conasestary, the espression "F,all-tima work" is defined as "Usually work 35 hours or more" and "Part-time work" as "Usually work less than 35 hours"-.
suit: "Travalllant ordinairosuont 35 heuros as plus"; at "Etaploi 1 romps partiel" comma suit: "Travailln, to testS, on defi,sl "Emploi I plain ts" c
last ordisairessont moms do 35 heure,".
HIGHLIGHTS (1)
he employment/unemployment situation continued
oove in December, with unemployment rate returning
to the general level of the beginning of 1971, and employment showing an upward trend.
La situation de i'emploi a continue de s'améliorer en
ddcembre, le taux de chomage revenant au niveau general du
debut de 1971 et l'emploi montrant une tendance A la hausse.
Unemployment Rate
Taux de chômage
• The unemployment rate for December was 6.2, down
from 6.6 in November. One year ago at this time,
the rate was 6.6.
• Le taux de chômage eat passé de 6.6 en novembre A 6.2 en
décembre; l'an dernier A 1a même epoque, ii était de 6.6.
• For persons aged 14-24, the rate was 11.0, down
from 11.4 in November. The rate for men 25 years
and over fell to 5.0 from 5.4. For women 25 years
and over it was 3.5, the same as the previous
month.
• Chez lea 14-24 ans, le taux de chômage eat toinbé de 11.4
A 11.0 en décembre. Le taux pour lee hoimnes de 25 ans et
plus a baissé de 5.4 A 5.0. Le taux de chomage des fernmes de 25 ans et plus eat demeurd inchangd par rapport
su mois précCdent (3.5).
• Regionally, there were reductions in the rates for
Quebec, Ontario and the Prairies. The rate for
the Atlantic increased, while the rate for
British Columbia remained the same.
• Sur le plan regional, le tawi de chdmage a diminué au
Québec, en Ontario et dans lea Prairies; il a augmenté dans
lea provinces de l'Atlantique et II eat demeuré stationnaire en Colombie-Bnitannique.
EmpI oyinent
Emploi
• The employment level rose to 8,239,000 in December
from 8,163,000 in November. A year ago, the level
of employment was 7,897,000.
• Le niveau de l'emploi eat passé de 8,163,000 en novembre
1 8,239,000 en décembre. Ii y a un an, le niveau de
iemploi était de 7,897,000.
• The gain in employment from November occurred in
all major age-sex groups: persons 14-24 years old
(+36,000); men 25 years and over (+16,000); and
women 25 years and over (+29,000).
• La progression de l'emploi par rapport au moia de novembre
s'est produite dana tous lea principaux groupes d'Bge-aexe:
14-24 ans (+36,000); honunes de 25 ana et plus (+16,000);
et fenenes de 25 ans et plus (+29,000).
• Employment increased by 50,000 for full-time work
ond by 22,000 for part-time work.
• La hausse de l'emploi A plein temps a etC de 50,000; cells
de l'emploi A temps partiel de 22,000.
•ionally, there were increases in Ontario,
.•- hec and British Columbia. The Atlantic and
inc regions experienced little change.
.
POINTS SAILLANTS (1)
• Sur is plan regional, l'Ontario, is Québec et Is ColombieBritannique ont connu des hausses. Dens lea provinces de
l'Atlantique et des Prairias on a enregistré peu de changement.
hômage
Le niveau du chérnage eat tombC de 579,000 en novembre A
548,000 en décembre. En décembre 1970, le niveau dii chémage s'établissait A 556,000.
• The level of unemployment fell to 548,000 in
December from 579,000 in November. A year ago,
the unemployment level was 556,000.
S
• The decrease in unemployment from November occurred
among persons 14-24 years old (-7,000) and men 25
years and over (-19,000).
• La baisse du chômage par rapport a novembre a touché lea
14-24 ans (-7,000) et las hoimnes de 25 ana et plus
(-19,000).
• By duration, there was a slight increase in unemployment for persons seeking work for less than
one month, while there was a marked decrease for
persons seeking work for more than one month.
The largest decline being in the 1-3 month category (-29,000).
• Si l'on considAre is durCe du chômage, on observe une iégAre augmentation chez lea personnes en quCte de travail
depuis moms dun mois, aiors qu'il y a me baisse prononcée dana lea categories de plus d'un mois. La baisse
la plus importante a etC enregisrrCe dans le groups I A 3
mois (-29,000).
S
• Sur Ic plan regional, is niveau du chémage a fait tine
chute en Ontario (-21,000) St au Québec (-12,000), lea
autrea regions rapportant des changernents moms lmportants.
Regionally, the level of unemployment dropped in
Ontario (-21,000) and Quebec (-12,000) while the
other regions showed smaller changes.
Participation Rate
Taux d'activitC
• The rate increased to 56.6 in December from 56.1
in November. A year ago, the rate was 55.6.
• Le taux d'activité eat passé de 56.1 en novembre A 56.6
en décembre. Il y a un an, ii était de 55.6.
• The largest increases in the rates from November
were for persons 14-24 years old (+0.7) and for
women 25 and over (+0.6).
• L'augmentation dana is taux d'activité par rapport a
novembre a été particu1irement importante dana le groupe
14-24 ans (+0.7) et chat lea feimnes de 25 ans at plus
(+0.6).
• The rate increased in all regions except the
Prairies where it declined. In British Columbia,
the increase was particularly large.
• Le taux d'activité a augmenté dana toutes lea regions
sauf lea Prairies oii ii a baissC. Laccroissement a été
particuliArement fort en Colombie-Britannique.
11) The conanentary is based solely on seasonally-adjusted data.
(1) L'aperçu se fonde uniquement sur des chiffres dCsaisonna-
uses.
CHART-I
GRAPH IQUE-
LABOUR FORCE ) EMPLOYED, NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYED AND UNEMPLOYED ) CANADA
(ACTUAL AND SEASONALLY ADJUSTED)
MAIN - D'OEUVRE, EMPLOI, EMPLOI NON AGRICOLE ET CHÔMAGE CANADA
(CHIFFRES REELS ET DESAISONNALISS)
• 000
10,000
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LABOUR_FORCE MAIN-D'OEUVRE
9,000
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- 9,000
r
ACTUAL
- 8000
- 10,000
CHIFFRES R
7,000
- 9,000
-
6,000
T
EMPLOYMENT
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED/
EMPLOI
CHIEFRES OSAISONNALISS
- 8,000
7,000
- 7,000
6,000
-. 9,000
NONAGRICULTURAL_EMPLOYMENT
5,00q
7,000
- 8,000
EMPLOI NON AGRICOLE
- 7,000
6,000
- 6,000
5,000
rB
5,000
800
:
UNEMPLOYMENT
oO
700
-j 700
600
600
500
400
400
300
300
2001
200
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SELECTED UNEMPLOYMENT SERIES, SEASONALLY-ADJUSTED
QUELQUES SERIES CHRONOLOGIQUES DE CHOMAGE DESAISONNALISEES
1966-1971
THOUSANDS- MILLIERS
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50
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THOUSANDS—MILLIERS
IIIliii1111111IIIlillili
SEEKING WORK I-S MONTHS CHERCHENT UN EMPLOI
DEPUIS I3 MOIS
-
250
200
00
CHIFFRES D SAISONNALISS
50
)50
500
50
100
MOVING AVERAGE
MOYENNE MOBILE
-
CHIFFRES
-
SEEKING WORK 4-6 MONTHS
CHERCHENT UN EUPLOI
DEPUIS
;oo
100
50
500
50
-
-
SEEKING WORK MORE THAN
6 MONTHS
CHERCHENT UN EMPLOI DEPUISI
550
150
100
50
$00
50
-
$00
-
ATLANTIC REGION
RI!GION
-
150
-
100
50
50
-
50
50
QUEBEC
250
200
150
00
50
50
-
ON TEMPORARY LAYOFF UP TO 30 DAYS
CONGEDIEMENT TEMPORAIRE,
NE PAS5ANTPAOJQUR
-
100
00
5
00
io
•
-
SEEKING WORK LESS THAN
I MONTH
CHERCHENT UN EMPLOI DEPUIS INso:MoIs
- 150
00
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CHART -4
GRAPH IQUE -4
UNEMPLOYMENT RATES BY AGE AND SEX, CANADA
(SEASONALLY ADJUSTED)
TAUX DE CHÔMAGE SELON LAGE El LE SEXE, CANADA
(DSAISONNALISS)
Ratio Scale— 9chelle semi -logarithmique
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BOTH SEXES
LES DEUX SEXES
9
8
24 YEARS
7
6
5
4
3
2 -
20-
25 YEARS AND OVER
25ANSET PLUS
-
2
20
MEN
HOMMES
-
5
2
24 YEARS
424 ANS
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
25 YEARS AND OVER
25 ANS El PLUS
-2
209-
WOMEN
FEMMES
0
8
7
6
24YEARS
424 ANS
6
5
4
3
2
25 YEARS AND OVER
25 ANS El PLUS
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UNEMPLOYED BY DURATION, CANADA
(ACTUAL AND SEASONALLY_ADJUSTED)
NOMBRE DE CHOMEURS SELON LA DURE DU CHÔMAGE, CANADA
(CHIFFRES REELS ET DESAISONNJALIS(S)
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600
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OTAL
Ô
_
II
\CHIFFRESRELS
-
OoO
_
600
800
400
400
200
00
200
CHIEFRES DSAISONNALISS
200
-100
-200
SEEKING WORK MORE THAN 6 MONT
100
80
00
80
60
::E'
ET
40
_
300 200
SEEKING WORK 4 6 MONTHS
100
80
60
40
20
300
200
100
80
60
40
40
20
20
I0400
300
-
-
SEEKING WORK I3 MONTHS
10
400
300
200
200
100
100
50200
-50
200
SEEKING WORK UNDER ONE MONTH
100
6Q8060
-
100
80
-60
-p80
60
ON TEMPORARY LAYOFF UP TO 30 DAYS
40
40
20
to
7
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GRAPHIQUE- 6
UNEMPLOYMENT RATES FOR CANADA AND REGIONS
TAUX DE CHÔMAGE, CANADA ET RGIONS
(SEASONALLY-ADJUSTED)
(DESAISONNALISS)
-14
14-
12
I2
I0
Lru
ANIQ -
-
B
86
10
6
-
4
4
CANADA
-
-
-2
2-
0
0
-12
2I0QUEBEC
8
6
6-
CANADA
-2
20
-8
8-
A"
CANADA
6-
6
42
________
0
0
-8
8CANADA
4
42-
2
0
0
-12
2-
I0
I0
T ISH COLU
8-
•_J_
54-
8
CANADA
4
-2
20
6
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GRAPHIQUE-7
PARTICIPATION RATES FOR CANADA AND REGIONS
TAUX DACTIVIT, CANADA ET RGIONS
(SEASONALLY- ADJUSTED)
58-
-58
(DESAISONNALISS)
56-
- 56
CANADA
I
54
-
52-
54
-52
AT LA Nil C
50
50
48 46
- 48
46
-
44
44
58-
-58
56-
r
CANADA
54-
54
QUEBEC
QUEBEC
52
52
50
50
6058
56
-60
ONTARIO
-
158
56 -
56
/
54
-
-54
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1
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52
60-
-60
58 -
58
PRAIRIES
56
56
-
54 -
54
CANADA
11111111111111111111111 Ii1111111111 111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Jill!1111111111111111111 11111111IIIIlIllillIll
52
52
60-
52
-60
5856
-
56
CANADA
54 -
54
BRITISH COLUMBIA
5250
52
COLOMBIE-BRITANNIQUE
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CHART-8
LABOUR FORCE, EMPLOYED, NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYED, AND UNEMPLOYED, ATLANTIC REGION
(ACTUAL AND SEASONALLY ADJUSTED)
I
MAIN- D'OEUVRE, EMPLOI, EMPLOI NON AGRICOLE ET CHÔMAGE, RGION DE L'ATLANTIQUE
(CHIFFRES REELS El DESAISONNALISES)
'000
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-
000
Iogarithmique
900
—800
800-
LABOUR_FORCE
ACTUAL
700
600
500
D OEUVRE
CHIFFRES RE
700
600
800
-
-
600
-
500
-
N ALLY ADJUSTED :MPEN
CHIFFRES
700
MPLOI
600
500
700
EMPLOI
600
400
500
-
400
-
300
-
500
400
300
ioc'90
-
80
-
70
-
60
-
100
UNEMPLOYMENT
CF-$OMAGE
90
80
-
70
-
60
50-
-50
40-
—40
30
20
-
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CHART-9 GRAPHIQUE-9
LABOUR FORCE, EMPLOYED, NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYED,AND UNEMPLOYED, QUEBEC
(ACTUAL AND SEASONALLY ADJUSTED)
MAIN-DOEUVRE, EMPLOI, EMPLOI NON AGRICOLE ET CHÔMAGE, QUEBEC
(CHIFFRES RELS ET DSAISONNALISS)
Ratio Scole—Echelle semi —Iogarithmique
000
3,000
000
3,000
IIIIIIIIIIlHIriwI!uwhIwlJw iiiiiiJiH 111W
lTIIIlII!IHIWIIHJHIIIHII IIIllIllIlIll IIIJHIIIIHIII
I I I
LABOUR—FORCE
:OEUVRE
2,500
ACTUAL
IREsRcE:: NI
:
::
2,000
FFRES 0SAIS0NNALISS
1,500
2,500
-
-
EMPLOYMENT
_____
EM PLO I
500
-
',soo
2,000
::::
2,500
-
I,500
NONAGRICULTURAL _EMPLOYMENT
EMPLOI NON AGRICOLE
2,500
-
2,000
1,500
3,000
UNEMPLOYMENT
CHM AGE
4
250
-
250
200
-
200
ISO
150
-
100—
—100
90—
—90
80—
—80
70—
—70
60
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CHART- 10
LABOUR FORCE, EMPLOYED, NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYED, AND UNEMPLOYED,ONTARIO
(ACTUAL AND SEASONALLY ADJUSTED)
MAIN—D'OEUVRE, EMPLOI, EMPLOI NON AGRICOLE ET CH6MAGE,ONTARIO
(CHIFFRES RELS ET DESAISONNALISS)
000
3,500
-
3,000
-
000
Ratio Scole—cheIle semi—Iogorithmique 4,000
1111111unrinuiii1iiIiiiiiiIi1IillrnlInll1IIllIlII HillIllIlItlIlliiiiuiiiuijiiniiiiinuiinininittin
4,000
3,500
LABOUR_FORCE
3,000
ACTUAL
2,500
2,500
4,000
SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
IFFRES 0 SAISONNALIS S 3,000
EMPLOYMENT
EMPLOI
_
-
3,500
3,000
2,500
2,500
"3,500
NAGRICULTURAL EMPLO
2,000
2,500
-
2,000
-
3,000
2,500
2,000
UNEMPLOYMENT
C H ÔM AGE
2
_92oO
-
too
90
80
-
-
150
too
90
80
—70
70—
60
-
-
60
50
-
-
50
40
-
-
40
35
is
I
'3
1960
'3
1961'31962
'3
963
'3
9641965
'3
966
'3
967
'3
1968'31969
'1970'31971
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CHART—Il
GRAPHIQUE — Il
LABOUR FORCE, EMPLOYED, NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYED, AND UNEMPLOYED, PRAIRIE REGION
(ACTUAL AND SEASONALLY ADJUSTED)
MAIN-D'OEUVRE, EMPLOI, EMPLOI NON AGRICOLE ET CHOMAGE, RG ION DES PRAIRIES
(CHIFFRES REELS El DSAISONNALISES)
Rat,o Scale -cheIle semi - logaritbmque 000
I
1,500_I
I
IIIII
ACTUAL LABOUR FORCE
1000
I
1500
1,400
CHIFFRES R E
11,300
1,200
1,100
I,00
1,500
-1,000
CHIFFRES DSAIS0NNALISS
-
1,500
1,400
EMPLOYMENT
1,300
1,300
1,000
-
900
-
1,200
LTAL EM P LOY MEN T
EMPLOI NOGRICOLE
1,100
1,000
900
900
800
-
700
-
800
90
80—
—80
70—
—70
UN EMPLOYMENT
CHÔM AGE
60—
—60
50—
—50
40—
—40
30—
—30
20—
—20
10
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GRAPHIQUE-12
CHART-12
LABOUR FORCE, EMPLOYED, NONAGRICULTURAL EMPLOYED, AND UNEMPLOYED, BRITISH COLUMBIA
(ACTUAL AND SEASONALLY ADJUSTED)
MAIN-D'OEUVRE, EMPLOI, EMPLOI NON AGRICOLE ET CHOMGE, COLOMBIE-BRITANNIQUE
(CHIFFRES REELS ET DSAISONNALISES)
1000
1,000
000
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ACTUAL
E
EMPLOI
600
-
100
40 0 —
90—
—90
80—
—80
UNEMPLOYMENT
CMAGE
HO
70
-
-
70
60—
—60
50—
—50
40—
—40
30—
—30
20—
—20
15
I
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TAJ3LES - TABLEAUX
20
SUMMARY - SOMMAIRE
TABLE 1. Suary Labour Force Characteristics by Sex, Coo
TABLEAU 1. Sosmeire dee caractdristiques de 18 main-d'oeuvre par
I
Deployed - Feroormes employ,Ses
Partici-
All classes of workers Paid workers
patior.Labour
-
Unem.
ratesforceEnsemble des travoitleurs Travailleurs
ployed
-
-
rdn,uoCrds
TauxMain-
Nos-agri- Noo-agri- Chlmeors
d'acti-doeuvre
culture
culture
vitd
Total
-Totalculue
ecteur nor secteur nor
agritole
agricole
per cent
thousands - ,nilliers
Both sexes
Actual
Las deux sexes
-
pourceratage
Une,oployment
rates
-
Teux
de
chOmage
per cent
pOurcentage
Chifires reels
-
5C, 7
1971- December - Décembre...........................
November - Novembre............... ...... . .... ..'. 7
1970- December - Ddcembre.......... . ............... ..°s.'
November - Novembre.......................... ..r 5 • 4
1969- December- DOcembre.......................... .. 0 ,7
November - Novembre .......................... ..c4•c
5,6o5
,,Sj
0 1 32'
7,',.
0,
8,115
0,125
3,145
7,7'1
7,4.4
v.712
7,761
430
471
.48
482
47
3,70'
9,74
9,77
9,722
8,os5
8,5°9
4I
7,606
7,i79
7,3'2
1,442
7,2 1 5
75 7 C
7,115
1.123
4.017
6,°12
5,720
6,724
7,1 4)
7,Ci'9
6,7i5
6 ,871
4.0-Sn
4,r49
4,23e
5,163
9,105
9"
8,124
9,111
5(2
45n
3
SAl
515
S
1,715
7,5,57
7,'-°l
1,°''
115'.4
7,0.15
7,16s
7.14
7,j53
7,cs4
7,'45
7,"3
6,559
6,9°,
4 1 °5
d,5l
3,374
8,162
7,915
8,79
7,570
7.730
7,517
515511
535
r46
7,559
7,340
7.245
6,52
7,2°
5,534
6,72
o,44(,
5,921
5,,7
5,625
6,351
December - DOrembre ..........................
.
.
November - Novembre ...................... . ... ......- .
1970- December- DOcembre............................ 74.8
5,631
November - Novembre ............................ 75.5
S,ouS
1969- December- Ddcembre.......................... ..74.9
5,488
November - Novembre............................ 75.1
5.502
...
,..
5,719
c,322
5,192
5,243
470
'.22
4(1
429
",-2•
4, 0 L
4,755
4,014
... .
..,.. .,
.,,..2.,
4,518
4,'b7
4,.13
4,3 c 3
4,43'
4,533
'e,'49
'l.
747
27 6
1
'
9
5,852
5,859
5,067
1 .082
5,939
3,92'.
51448
51442
5,455
5,4,27
5,420
5,412
428
427
431
444
44
438
r1011;
5,l3
5,.2(
4,045
4,981
'.,'81
4,015
4,619
4,30
4,503
4,577
4,570
4,525
4,535
4,559
4,4"2
4,409
44Q7
42'.
417
414
475
418
412
1.1
7.1
9.1
7.2
7.1
5,'
5,584
5,5-J
5,443
,395
5,810
5,272
51146
441,
442
49
474
4,553
4,807
4,812
4,670
4,551
4,453
4,425
4,377
4,475
4,399
4,343
4,216
"55
374
269
27
7.3
6.6
5.2
5•5
2 1 91)
2,953
215,8
2,732
2,37
6
2,cl3
2,782
2,747
2,572
2,602
2,520
2,51P
55
64
49
59
J
62
2,727
2,653
2,522
2,543
2,470
2,455
2,576
2,53o
2,3.4
2,393
2,333
2,311
2,550
2,515
2,371
2082
2,323
2,3.1
128
146
126
129
57
05
4.4
5.2
4.7
4,7
3.3
3.6
2,31
2,594,
2,999
2,840.
2,915
2.839
2,787
2,732
2,738
2,695
2,o79
2,704
76
71
68
67
71
69
2,7(9
2.652
2,673
2,r33
2,513
2,641
2,553
2,506
2,529
2,482
2.465
2,490
2,533
2,490
2,509
2,468
2,450
2,479
144
158
161
151.
136
135
4.9
5.5
5.6
5.3
4.8
".'
2,831
2,690
2,502
2,475
2,681
2,50.9
21508
2,31
70
65
75
7.
2,616
25bu
2,4,4
2,321
2,468
2,356
2,297
2,189
2,453
2,341
2,282
2,175
144
121
54
45
57,
53
533
475
2 8J
54
4.1
5.8
6.5
0,7
4.7
4.4
545
74
590
0 -23
61
49
.2
6,
6.7
7.1
6.3
6.i
532
0.4
5,9
4.7
4.3
Seasonally adlusted - Chiffreo ddsaioomnalisds
1911
-
December - Ddcembre ............................ c,,.0November- Novoubre .......................... .. 6.l
October - Octobre............................ ..C6.3
September-Septembre ..........................56.0
55.8
August-Aoflt................... . ............ .
July -.luillet.. ............................. ..5o.'
7,u21
Annual average - Moyeone annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
.................................................
.................................. ...............
.................................................
.................................................
Men
Actual
1971
182
282
Nosmas
Chiffres rdelo
-
-
Seas on ally ad3usted
1971
-
no.1
5.5, 0
55.3
55.5
-
-
.
. .
... -
4.7
Chiffres d0asisonnalises
December - Ddcembre ...........................
76.1
75.°
November - Novembre...........................
October- Octobre . ......... . .................
76.3
75.0
September-Septembre ........ ... ............. ..
August-AoDt................................ ... 76.7
July-billet...............................
76.°
-
..
.
5, •
5
Annual average - Noyenne annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
..................................................76.1
................................................ ..7f,6
..................................................75.6
..................................................77.0
Wemes.
Actual
-
-
Fe,smes
Ch iffrea r8els
December - Deemsbre............................ 37.1
November - Novembre......... . ................ ..35.0
.
1970- December - Décembre.......................... .".2
November - Novesobre .......................... ..35.7
1969 - December- Ddcre.......................... ..34.9
November - Novembre.......................... ..3.l
1971
-
Seasonally adjuated
1971
-
Annual average
1971
1970
3969
1968
-
Chiffres ddssiaonnajjsCs
December- DOcembre............................37.4
November - Novembce ......... . ...... . ......... ..36.7
October- Octobre............. . .............. ..37.0
September - Septembre .. ...................... ..36.4
August-AoOt................................ ...36.1
July- Juillet............ . ..................
.1.5
-
Koyenne annuelle
.................................................. 36.5
.................................................
35.5
.................................................
35.2
36.4
.................................................
See motes beginning on page 37 for definitions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Leo notes cceIsençsnt A La page 51
des definitions, des renaeignementa our l'erreur ddchantillonnage et d'autres explications.
SUMMARY
-
SOMMAIRE
TABLE 2. Surenary Labour Force Charocterintis by Main Age Group and by Sex, Canada
- - - Sournaire den caractSristiques de Ia main-d'oeuvre par grand groupe d'Bge et par .exe, Canada
- -
Labour force
Employed
Unemployed
Main-d'oeuvre Personnen rem'ioyden
25
25
14-24years and 14-24yearn and
TotalyearsoverTotalyearnoverTotal
assann et slun
508an,
- ,.41I4.-.
ChSmeurs
25
14-24years and
yearsOver
et plun
Both sexes - Las deem sexes
Actual - Chiffres rdeln
1971 - December - Décembre ............
November - Novembre ............
1970 - December - Ddcesbre ............
November - Novembre ............
1969 - December - tS5cembre ............
November - Novembre ............
9,655
8162
9,326
5.4(0
8,,95
6,11
2,1s3
2,191
2,056
2,083
1,307
11650
6,473
6.471
6.272
6,317
6,128
6,135
8,125
8,149
7,791
7,924
7.712
7.761
1,962
1.958
1.830
1,871
1,815
1,832
6,144
6,191
5,952
6,253
5,997
5,929
530
503
538
476
383
354
221
222
218
212
152
48
309
280
320
264
231
206
6,7E7
8,742
8,774
5,722
.665
8,659
2,324
2,295
2,305
2,286
2,285
2,237
o,47s
b,'46
5,471
4,434
s,364
6,422
8,236
9,163
81148
8,C 0 9
8,114
9,111
2,069
2.033
2,044
21C08
2,015
1,995
6,174
3,130
6.148
6,093
8 1781
6,112
548
578
586
423
561
548
255
252
261
278
270
242
296
316
323
341
283
310
1631
9,374
8,162
7,919
2,249
2,147
21080
1,998
6,399
8,221
6,083
5e621
8.079
7,879
7,780
7,537
11992
1,924
1,914
1,835
6,096
5,956
50866
5,702
552
4 05
392
382
256
224
1.5
143
267
271
217
21 0
5,745
5,75°
5,631
5,669
5,488
5,502
1,239
1,245
1,174
1,202
1,129
1,121
4,526
4,515
4,458
41467
4,359
4,381
5,343
5,402
5,219
5,322
5,192
51243
1,019
11101
1,021
1,057
1,023
11026
4 ,2r4
4,301
4,199
4 ,265
4,149
4,217
402
357
412
347
296
259
160
143
153
145
108
95
242
21'
259
202
1°C
164
5,852
51859
5,667
5,882
5,838
5,824
1,344
1,332
1,343
1,329
1.325
1,297
4,520
4,523
4,526
4,37
4,500
4,517
5,448
5.442
5,453
5.407
5,420
51412
11163
1,180
1,185
1,142
1,145
1,130
4,293
4,277
4,284
4 .243
4,265
4,273
404
417
414
475
418
412
181
172
178
187
180
167
227
246
242
274
235
244
5,800
5,684
5,560
5,443
1,304
1,253
11201
1,160
4,496
4,431
4,359
4,283
5,392
5,310
5,272
5,146
11131
1,098
11088
1,047
4,261
4,212
4,184
4,099
408
314
288
297
173
155
113
113
235
219
175
184
2,910
2,893
2,698
2,131
2,607
2,613
944
936
883
881
838
859
1,967
1,956
1,915
1,850
1,76 0
1,754
2,782
2,747
2,572
2,832
2,520
2,518
882
857
818
814
792
806
1000
11890
1,754
1,188
1,728
1.712
128
146
126
129
57
95
6167
79 66
6451
6762
4641
5342
2031
2,890
2,899
2,846
2,815
2,839
978
964
968
953
959
94 1
1,946
1 1 916
1,934
1,99'
1,861
1,894
2,757
2,732
2,736
2,895
2,679
2,704
904
872
881
886
871
864
1.877
1,848
1.860
1,830
1,812
1,943
1 44
156
161
151
136
135
14
92
97
87
88
77
69
68
76
64
49
51
2,831
2,69'
2,602
7,474
944
894
879
838
1,687
1, 7 96
5,724
1,538
2,681
2,'69
2,5(8
2,391
861
825
826
788
1,826
1,744
1.682
1,603
144
121
94
85
83
69
52
50
62
52
42
35
Seasonally adjusted - Chifiree ddnaisonnali,és
1971 - December - Ddcembre ............
November - Novembre ............
October - Octobre ..............
September - Septembre ..........
August - AoBt ..................
July - Juillet .................
Annual average - Mayenne annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
..................................
..................................
..................................
..................................
lien - Ho,mses
- Chiffres r8el
- December - Ddceabre
November - Noverthre
IJ0 - December - D8cembre
November - Novembre
359 - December - Ddcemhre
November - Novembre
............
............
............
............
............
............
Seasonally adjusted - Cbiffren ddsalsonnalisde
1971 - December - D8cembre ............
November - Novembre ............
Octobre - October ..............
September - Septembre ..........
August - AoOt ..................
July - Juillet .................
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971..................................
1970 ..................................
1969 ..................................
1968 ..................................
Women - Fenm.a.
Actual - thiffrea r6els
1971 -. December - Ddcembre ............
November - Novembre ............
1970 - December - D8cembre ............
November - Novembre ............
1969 - December - Ddcembre ............
November - Novembre ............
easona11y adjusted - Cbiffrea ddsaisoncal ide
1971 - December - Ddcembre ............
November - Novembre ............
October - Octobre ..............
September - Septembre ..........
August - AoQt ..................
July - Juillet .................
1 average - Mayenne annuelle
1968 ..................................
See notes beginning on page 57 for dci initi ons, information on sampling error, and other expl
des definition., dee reneeignementa our Pc rreur d'Cchantillomnage at d'astres explicattons.
materiel. - Las note, cosmcençant B Is page
SUMMARY
-
SOMMAIRE
TABLE 3. Participation Rates and Unemployment Ratea by Main Age Group and by Sex, Cand
TABLEAU 3. Taux d'activitd at taux de chOmage per grand groups d'Ige at par same, Can.I
Uceoployment rates
Participation rates
Taux dactjvitd
Total
14-24
years
ass
Taux de chSmage
25
years and
over
25
Total
ens et plus
per cent - pourcentage
14-24
years
years and
over
Soc
ann at plus
Both sexes - Los deux sexes
Actual - Chiffrea rdeln
1971 - December - Ddcembre .................................
November - Novembre .................................
1970 - December - Decre .................................
November - Noveisbre .................................
1969 - December - Ddcembre .................................
November - Novembre .................................
48.7
48.7
'7.1
47.9
46.4
4 7.1
58.9
58.6
58.0
58.5
57.0
58.2
6.1
5.8
6.5
5.7
4.7
4.'
10.1
10.2
10.6
10.2
7.7
7.5
4.8
4.3
5.1
4.2
3.8
3.4
56.6 51.7
56.1 51.
51.'
56.13 50.8
55.8 55.9
50.0
59,5
6.2
6.6
6.7
7.1
6.5
6.3
11.0
11.4
11.3
12.2
11.8
10.8
4.o
58.3
8.5
58.1
57.8
59.3
58.3
09.1
58.3
57.7
6.4
.9
4.7
4.n
11.4
10.4
7.9
8.2
5.7
5 4 .8
55.'
54.7
54 • 9
Seasonally adjusted - Chtffres dé.sisonnallaéa
1971 - December - Ddcmsbre .................................
November - Nuve,nbre .................................
October - Octobre ...................................
September - Septembre ...............................
August - AoOt .......................................
July - Juillet ......................................
5.0
5.3
'-.4
4.8
Anmsal average - Mayenne annuelle
1971.......................................................
1970.......................................................
1969 .......................................................
1968 .......................................................
5'.. 7
55.8 49 • 9
55.8
55.5 50.0
.7
4.4
3.6
3.7
4
Men - Nomees
C
Actual - Chtffres reels
1971 - December - Décembre .................................
November - Noven,bre .................................
1970 - December -. DScembre .................................
November - Novembre .................................
1969 - December - Decembre .................................
November - Novembre .................................
74.8
7•5
74.8
75.1
52.9
54.2
52.6
52.4
64.1
84.4
83.9
84.5
7.3
6.1
5.4
4.7
13.0
12.1
9.4
8.5
4.
4.4
3.7
76.1
75,9
76.0
75.9
58.6
38.3
5 8.2
5_7.7
57.8
83.7
83.5
83.6
03.3
6.9
7.1
7.1
8.1
7.2
7.1
13.5
12.0
13.3
1 4 .1
13.0
12.9
5.0
5.4
5.3
6.0
5.2
5.4
16.1 57,7
76.4 57.3
57.0
77.1. 57.4
63.9
84.3
94.7
84.8
70
6.6
5.2
5.5
13.3
12.4
9.4
9.7
5.2
4.9
4.0
4.3
37.1
36.9
35.2
35.7
34.9
35.1
42.9
42.6
41.2
41.2
4C.4
41.5
34,9
34.7
32.9
33.6
32.5
32.6
4.4
5.0
4.7
4.7
3.3
3.6
6.5
8.4
7.2
7.6
5.5
6.2
3.4
3.4
3.4
3.4
37.4
36.7
37.0
36.4
30.1
36.5
44.4
'3.6
44.1
43.7
43.9
43.3
34.5
33.9
34.4
33.7
33.2
7.6
0.5
9.0
9.1
9.2
8.2
3.5
3.5
3.0
3.'.
33.9
4.9
5.5
5.6
5.1
4.8
4.8
36.5
35.5
35.2
34.4
43.4
42.3
'2.9
42.5
33.7
32.9
32.3
31.4
5.1
4.5
3.6
3.4
8.8
7.7
5.9
6.1.
Seasonally adlu8ted - Chiffrea ddsaisonnalisCs
1971 - December - Décembre .................................
November - Novembre .................................
October - Octobre ...................................
September - Septembre ...............................
August.- AoOt .......................................
July - Juillet ......................................
76.3
Annual average - 14,yenne annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
.......................................................
.......................................................
.......................................................
.......................................................
Women - Fmsse
Actual - Chif free reels
1971 - December - Decembre .................................
November - tovembre .................................
1970 - December - Décembre .................................
November - Novembre .................................
1969 - December - Decembre .................................
November - Novembre .................................
2.3
2.4
Seasonally adjusted - Chiffres ddsaisonnalisCn
1971 - December - Ddcembre .................................
November - Nove,sbre .................................
October - Ocrobre ...................................
September - Septembce ...............................
August- SOOt .......................................
July - Juillet ......................................
2.'
2.
Annual average - llpyenne annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
.......................................................
.......................................................
.......................................................
.......................................................
3.
2.
2.
2.1
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, intormation on sampling error, and ocher emp anatory material. - tea notes conaençant 1 1. page 57 contii
des definitions, des renseignements our l'erreur déchentillonc 5S at dautres emplicattons.
SUMMARY - SOMMAIRE
23
TABLE 4. Participation Rates and Unemployment Rates by Marital Status and Sex, Canada
TABLEAU 4. Taux d'activité et taux de chnage par état matrimonial et par sexe, Canada
Participation rates
Unemployment rates
Taux d'sctivité
Taux de ch8mage
Single
Total
Célibatames
Married
Manes
Single
Married
Other
Célibatairea
Manes
Autres
Other
Autree
Total
per cent - pourcentage
Both sexes
-
Las deux sexes
1971- December - Ddcembre ....................5 5 . 7
November - Novembre .................. ..55.7
1970- December- Decembre .................. ..54.8
November- Novembre .................. ..55.4
1969 - December - Décembre....................54.7
Nc.vember - Novembre .................. ..54 • 9
51.1
51.4
49.8
5C.7
49.4
50.1
60.5
60.6
50.6
60.1
59.8
59 • 9
33.5
33.1
33.4
33.2
30.6
30.2
6.1
5.8
6.5
5.7
4.7
4.4
10.8
10.6
10.9
10.2
7.9
7.4
4.3
3.9
4.7
3.9
3.6
3.2
6.5
6.3
7.1
6.6
4.5
4.7
53.6
52.8
53.
53.7
6C.0
59.8
59.6
58.9
33.1
32.4
31.4
32.0
6.4
5.9
4.3
4.8
11.4
10.6
8.1
8.3
4.0
3.3
3.'
o.4
6.1
4.2
5.3
53.9
54.6
53.2
54.6
52.5
52.8
86.8
86. 0
87.0
87.4
87.2
87.7
48.9
49.6
49.4
48.7
48.1
45.2
7.0
6.2
7.3
6.1
5.4
4.7
14.0
12.6
13.8
12.1
10.0
8.9
4.7
4.0
5.2
4.2
3.9
3.4
10.1
10.1
1C.9
b.7
8.8
57.8
57.2
57.1
57.8
87.1
87.6
87.9
88.3
49.1
47.9
45.4
43.8
7.0
6.6
5.2
5.5
13.7
13.0
1O. D
10.4
'p.7
4.3
3.6
3.7
8.9
9.8
47.7
47.3
45.6
45.9
45.6
46.7
34.2
34.2
32.2
32.9
32.1
31.9
28.6
28.0
28.6
28.6
26.0
25.8
4.4
5.0
4.7
4,7
3.3
3.6
6.5
7.7
6.7
7.4
5.0
5.3
3.2
3.'
3.4
3.1
2.5
2.6
4.6
4.3
5.2
5.6
48.3
47.5
48.6
48.7
33.0
32.0
31.2
29.6
28.3
27.8
27.4
28.4
5.1
4.5
3.6
3.4
7.8
7.0
5.4
5.2
3.5
3.0
2.6
2.2
4.7
4.2
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
56 . 1
1971.......................................
1970........................................ 55 . 8
99..................................... 55.8
55.5
...........................................
4.7
.
Men - Iloemes
1971 - December - Déceinbre.................... 74.6
74.9
November - Novembre ...................
1970- December - Décenibre ...................74.8
Novmnber - Novembre ...................7 5 ,5
1969- December - D&enbre ...................74.8
75.1
November - Navembre...................
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971........................................ 76.1
1970.......................................76.4
1969...................................... .76.6
1968.......................................77.0
Women
-
Pes
37.1
1971 - December - Décembre ...................
November - Novembre....................36.9
1970- December- Décembre ...................35.2
35.7
November - Novembre...................
34.9
1969- December- Décembre...................
35.1
November - Novenbre...................
Annual average
.
-
9.7
Moyenne annuelle
1971....................................... 36. 5
1970....................................... 35.5
1969....................................... 35.2
1968 ....................................... 3 4 . 4
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on smnpling error, and other explanatory material. - Lea notes cornmençant k Ia page 57 contiennent des definitions, des renseignements aur l'erreur d'échantillonnage et dautres explications.
24
FULL.TINE AND PART.TIME - PLEIN TEMPS El TEMPS PARTIEL
TABLE S. Full-time and Part-time Labour Force by Sex, Cana
TABLEAU 5. Main-d'oeuvte S plain temps at S temps partial par sexc,
Employed
C594euru
Without work and seeking work
F,rsonnen emplo Aea
Labour
force
Usually work Usually work
35 hours
lesshours
On temporary
iayoti up
to 30 days
-
-
K-
-
Total
Total
Travaillant Travaillant d'oeuvre ordir.aireme,st ordinairement
35 hearesmoms de
ou plus35 heures
thousands
-
Sans travail at en qu8te de travail
Seeking full -Seeking parttime worktime work
Total
En qu8te de En qu2te de
travail Stravail S
p1cmtempstampa_partial
milliers
-
1
En
ongfdiement
te,nporaire
Jasqu S
30_inure
Both sexes - Lendes,,,sexes
Actual
-
1971
-
ChiffresreelS
December - Ddcembre................. ..5,655
November - Novembre ...................
1970- December -Ddcembre................... 8,32 9
November - Novembre................... 8,40o
1969 - December - Decembre................. ..P,C9
November - Novembre ............ ..... ..8,115
Seasonally_aduated
1971
-
-
8,125
8,169
7,791
7,924
7,712
7,761
1,145
7,073
6,790
6,875
4,712
6,773
11061
1,777
l,Cll
1,049
1,0(1?
988
530
503
538
476
363
354
493
490
495
451
350
331
46'
443
47
419
329
306
8,239
5,143
8,198
9,099
9,134
5 1 111
1,209
7,159
7,161
7,077
1,095
7,113
1,018
994
1,126
1,024
1,034
1,015
548
579
566
623
561
549
515
546
560
589
533
513
482
507
521
556
513
495
35
41
39
34
23
22
75
8,079
7,879
7,790
7,067
61908
6,882
1,012
971
950
81'
552
495
382
332
523
458
356
555
494
429
333
333
29
30
23
23
50
36
26
25
Of
'
25
32
22
25
'7
22
43
29
33
23
Chtffresddnaisonnaliada
December - Ddcembre................... 5,787
November - llovembre .................. 2,742
,774
October- Ortabre ....................
September - Septembre ............... .5,722
August-AoOt....................... .5,575
July-Juiiiet.. .................... .9,5C9
33
29
39
28
25
Annual average - Moyenneannuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
....................................... .
........................................
........ . .............................. .
........................................
8,631
5 ,374
4,142
,'cs
Hen - lInemen
Actual - Chiffresreels
1971
- December - Décembre
November - Novembre ................... , 715
1970- December - Ddcembre ................. ..5,631
November - Novembre ... .............. ..5,569
1969 - December - Décembre.. ............... .. 5,488
November - Novembre ................ .. ,5t2
.422
5,219
5,372
5, l°2
5,743
5.(54
4,859
1,949
4,51
4,518
356
361
374
341
325
'.1.
347
296
259
5,48
5,'- 6 2
5,453
5,4(7
5,420
5,412
5,129
5,173
5,117
5,055
5,285
5,0 7 5
337
324
31 2
354
349
349
404
417
414
475
4 18
412
9,392
5,310
5,272
5,148
5,,.,'.?
4,979
1,179
4,879
345
332
253
267
409
374
288
297
2,782
2.747
2,572
2,612
2,520
2,518
7,369
2,018
11 0 a1
1,927
11841
1,855
713
729
050
675
655
663
12B
146
126
129
87
95
2,781
2,732
2,138
2 , 695
2,131
2,147
2,057
2,024
679
672
684
871
144
158
161
151
Seasonallyadjusted - Chif OresdénaisonnalisCn
1971
-
December - Ddcembre ................... 5,52
November - Novembre ................... 5,99
October- Octobre..................... 5, 8 67
September - Septembre .. ............. ..5,852
August- AoBt.. ..................... .. 5,639
July- Juillet........................ ,'24
Annual average - &yenneannuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
......................................... 5,St.0
........................................... 48 4
......................................... 5,567
....................................... ..5,443
Umnen -.Fen
Actual
-
chiffresrCaln
December - Décembre .................. 2,510
November - Novembre.................. 2,593
1970- December - Décemhre .................. 2,699
2,731
November - Novembre ..................
1969 - December - Décembre.. ............... . 2,807
November - Novembre ................. ..2,'13
1971
-
Seasonallyadluated
1971
-
Annual average
1971
1970
1969
1968
-
Chjffres dCsaiaonnalisda
December - Ddcembro ...... ........... . 2,c31
November - Novembre.................. 2,890
October-Octobre................... ..2,69°
2, 844
September - Septembre ................
Augunt-AoUt.......................
July - J.aillet
-
Hoyanneannuell.
.......................................
. .
................................................
.
....................................... .
?,o(/
-1
....................................... 2,356
2,7o
,..
, 1
1,31
1,829
562
See sotes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sempl.ing error, and other explanatory material. - Len notes comaençanc S Ia pagt 57 contienflent
daa definitions, den renneignementa cur l'erreur d'Achantfllonnage at d'autren eaplicatton..
DURATION - DUREE
25
:ALE 6. Duration of Unemployment, Canada
TAELEAU 6. Durée du ch8mage, Canada
On
Persons without work and seeking work
temporary layoff
Personnes sans travail et en quote de travail
Unem-up to
ployed30 days
TotalEn conge-
Under1-34-67 months
diement 1 monthmonthsmonthsand over
ChOnieurs tempo-
Total- - - raire
MomsDe
3De 4 h 67 mois
jusqu'b
d'un moismoismoiset plus
30 jours
ia
thousands - milliers
Actual - Chiffres reels
1971 - December - Décenibre
November - Novembre
1970 - December - DiScembre
November - Novembre
1969 - December - Décembre
November - Novembre
is
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
53
503
37
22
4C
125
480
12n
195
180
82
83
90
98
539
476
43
25
4Q5
451
124
13C,
203
168
94
78
84
75
363
354
3
23
350
331
105
111
149
132
49
41
48
47
549
67 9
566
923
3
29
8
29
25
515
546
5)
599
53
5i
120
111
107
143
106
114
197
216
232
217
205
183
liC
125
115
114
lit
112
112
123
117
116
113
11i
52
30
3o
458
So
Ir6
110
120
104
106
198
174
13 4
lC
lOc
97
60
61
113
77
58
48
'asonal1y adjusted - Chiffres désaison
nalisés
1971 - December - Ddcembre ...........
November - Noveinbre ...........
October - Octobre .............
September - Septembre .........
August - AoOt .................
July - Juillet ................
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971.................................
1970 .................................
1969 .................................
1968 .................................
2
28
per cent - pourcentage
1971
1970
1969
.
-
-
-
December
November
December
November
December
November
-
-
-
-
-
Décembre .............
Novmnb re.............
iJ
Décembre .............
Novembre .............
Ddcembre.............
Novembre .............
icc
7
4
9324
952'
37
36
15
17
17
19
8
5
9223
9527
38
35
Ia
16
16
16
9
6
9128
9431
39
37
13
12
12
13
Sce notes beginning on page 57 for defini tions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Lea notes
oemencant
Is page 57 contiennent des d éfinitions, des renseignements sur lerreur d'échantillonriage et d'autres explications.
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26
INDUSTRY AND OCCUPATION
TA5LF 7. Employed by Industry. Canada
Goods-producing industries
Industries de biens
Other primary industries - Autres branches
du secteur primaire
All
industries
Total
I
I
-
Toutes
branches
d'activitC
-
Agriculture
Forestry
Total
IMines,
quarries
I Fishing and
and oil
trapping
-
For8tu
-
P5che at
pidgeage
I
Manufactoring
-
industrima
n,aosfacturibres
Construed os
-
B6timeot
ettrav.sx
publics
Mines,
carrtbreo
at potts
I dealtrole
thousands - milliers
1
2
1971- December ................... ... 9 ,12 5
November ......................3 ,1 4°
21931
3,043
439
471
22*
23C
79
96
16
18
132
126
1179C
1,82
415
3
4
1970- December .....................7,791
7
November.................... .,92'
2,537
2,938
449
482
206
21
72
7r,
17
16
117
12'
1,735
1,765
442
476
1
6
1969
7,712
7,761
2,881
2,991
457
491
2(8
215
79
82
14
15
113
118
1,797
1,796
461
469
224
72
22
129
1, 7 99
495
-
December .....................
November.....................
519
Annual average
7
1971..............................
8,0 79
3,024
510
8
1970..............................
7,87 9
2,Q92
511
218
72
20
125
1 1 79C
471
1969..............................
7 , 7 80
3,052
535
217
80
21
116
1181°
482
7,577
',99"
544
221
90
24
117
1,75'.
47C
9
10
196..............................
.
Transportation and crnication
All
occupations
Managerial
Touien
professions
AdministrateurS
Professional
and
technical
Professions
liberals,
at
techniciena
Clerical
Sales
Employda
de
bureau
Vendsur,
Service
and
recreational
Travaillear. den
services
at des
activitds
rdc rest Eves
Travailleuru des-transporta at des
co.,nicattons
cni.58port
cation
Trans;orts
Cemm,nlrations
T0 a i
-
No thousands - milliers
1
2
1971 - December ..................... 6,125
November ..................... 8,149
791
785
1,194
1,184
1,229
11199
621
597
1 1 301
991
43*
443
365
367
71
76
3
4
1970- December ..................... 7 , 79 1
November ..................... 7,924
778
785
11109
11115
1.170
1,165
604
578
.57
975
422
447
356
380
62
66
6
1969- December ..................... 7,712
November ..................... 7 , 76 1
760
758
1,103
1,093
1,163
1,139
554
568
923
941
392
383
337
331
55
52
70
Annual average
1971.............................8.079
789
1,142
1,217
573
996
431
361
8
1970.............................7,879
786
1,07C
11168
558
967
418
393
9
1969.............................7,780
74 9
1,038
1,152
530
937
415
352
413
344
7
10
1968.............................7.537
714
09Q
11100
516
See notes beginning on page 57 for d.finitioma, Information on sampling error, and other explanatory material.
°0'8
BRANCHE DACTIVITE ET PROPESSION
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27
TABLEAU 7. Personnes es.ploydes par branche dactivitê, Canada
rvice-producing industries
—
—
Services
oth-rutJ I ities
Transports, cosnications at autres
er-vices publira
Total
Total
- —
Cousserce
Transports Esergie
et conseuni- diectrique,
cationsgin et call
thousanda
51106
4,531
721
705
657
673
—
Cossscmity,
bunines.
and personal
service
—
Public
administratlon
Finances.
assurances
at affairea
issnobiilbres
Services
socio- cutturd,, conmerciauo et
personnel,
Adn,jnistration
publ.ique
—
—
Trade
Tranapor-Electric
cation andpower, gas
cousnuni-and water
cationutilities
Finance,
insurance
and real
estate
—
silliers
633
615
89
9C
1,48
1,380
350
37
2,191
2,154
515
511
1971—D8cesnbre.................
Novemb ................. ..2
615
010
A5
02
1,380
1,374
378
383
2,CC6
2,049
490
468
1970—D&er.................. 3
Novonbre. ................
4
59 0
582
82
1,347
1,323
758
354
1,971
11970
469
453
1969— Déce,sbre .................
Novembre..................6
as
.
Moyenne annue lie
5,,.55
712
615
27
1,330
385
2,119
52(
1971...........................7
4,589
692
607
89
1.320
365
2,025
486
1970..........................
4,729
693
600 -03
1,292
351
..
474
•
7
Other pri.r9
Farmera
and farm
workers
—
Cultivareurs
et
travailleurs
sgricole.
Total
—
Aa.tres profession, du secteur prtmeire
Loggers
and
related
workers
Fishermen,
trappers
and
hunter,
Bücherona
et
travaillaurs
aaaimilda
P8ckeur.,
ge
at
rha.aeurs
—
thousands
p
—
-
11°18
7
_______________
Miners,
qus'1T1e5
and
related
workers
aneucs,
carriers et
travailisors
assimilds
'.
-
Craftsmen,
production
process and
related
workers
Labourers and
unskilled
workers (not
in prlorry
industries)
Ouvrlers de
odtier,
artisans,
ouvriern
deis pronucnion
01 travailleurs
assimilda
Manoeuvres
ci travailtours non
apdcinlisds
(saul induaCries pcimairea)
—
-
8
.)
1969...........................9
-
80
mutters
—
435
471
122
12L
47
51
17
19
58
55
1,96?
2,015
130,
341
1971
445
479
112
119
44
45
16
15
52
59
1,892
1,946
302
313
1970—cowbrs
Dd
................... . .3
Novre..................... 4
453
488
117
116
53
51
14
lh
50
49
1,965
1,979
282
298
1969— Ddcare...................... 5
Noveisire....................
6
Décesbro....................
Nove.sbre....................
..
2
.
Hotenne annuetle
13
122
43
-
125
46
13
128
131
.
itn
l
54
22
57
1,945
350
1971..............................7
21
58
1,954
319
1970.............................8
21
56
1,981
318
1969.............................9
2
58
11910
312
1968..............................
conçant k is page 57 cosntiennent dea ddfinitiona, des rensetgnemests .ur lerreur d'dchantiilonsage at d'autrea explication,
—
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28
HOURS - HEURES
TABLE 9. Total and Average Hours Worked, by Sex. Canada
TABLEAU 9.
Total et meyenne des beures travailidea par sexe, Canod,
Average
flours worked in
the reference week
Total
Heures travaillCes au
courn de is semaine de
rCffrence
thousands - a.iliiera
Cent
Noyenne des heures travallides so cour. de 1.
semaine de reference
Eaployed (whether or sot
Employed at work some
at work in reference week)
Itime in reference week
Total
I
peraannea eploydes ayant
Itravaiiie a un moment
Personnea employees ayant
quelconque au coors de is
travailld ow non as coors
nemaine de rdffrence
de la semaine de reference
number - nombre
All classes of workers - Ensemble des travaitleurs
Total
Both sexes - Len dew, sexes
1971 - December - Ddcembre .....................................
November(1) - Novembre(i) ...............................
1970 - December Hovember(l)
1969 - December November(l)
Decembre .....................................
- Novembre(l) ...............................
Ddcembre .....................................
- Novesxbre(l) ...............................
Men - Houses
1971 - December - D6cembre .....................................
Novead,er(l) - Sovembrs(l) ...............................
1970 - December - Ddcembre .....................................
November(I) - Nove,sbre(I) ...............................
1969 - December - Decembre .....................................
November(l) - Novessbre(1) ...............................
Women - Feuses
1971 - December - Ddcembre .....................................
November(l) - Novembre(l) ...............................
1970 - December - Ddcembre .....................................
November (1) - Novembre (1) ...............................
1969 - December - Ddcmobre .....................................
November(l) - Novesnbre(1) ...............................
291,3(4
291,015
2C6,776
287,16j
2151 '21
210,54
211051C
206,"
214,2(4
227,Slv
93,233
P.5,'
81,911
76,71'
39.0
36.4
38.2
36.7
.9.7
37.0
39.2
37.8
39.4
38.1
39.8
38.3
40.3
39.1
4.5
39.3
41.3
39.4
41.8
4C.5
42.1
40.9
42.6
41.2
33.4
31.5
33.3
31.5
34.2
32.3
34.1
32.3
34.3
92.5
1
1.'
Non-agriculture - Secteor non agricole
Both sexes - Lea dew, sexes
1971 - December - Ddcenibre .....................................
November(1) - Novembre(l) ...............................
1970 - December - Décembre .....................................
Wovember) - Novembre(l) ...............................
1969 - December - D8cembre .....................................
November (1) - Novesnbre(l) ...............................
31.
37.7
35.9
37.9
34.1
.9.4
36.4
37.7
191.,t22
1°3,'25
167,396
195,147
185,977
36.2
4&.c
38.3
4A.8
38.6
41.4
39.8
41.6
42.0
42.0
40.2
Women - Feuses
1971 - December - Ddceiobre ...................................... °l, 7t,4
November(1) - Novembre(1) ................................ 64,316
.p4,967
1970 -December -Ddcewbre.....................................
P.7,478
November(1)- Novenbre(l)............................... .
9',47
D6cembre
......................................
1969 - December
79,475
November(1)-Novembre(l) ...................... ......... .
33.7
31.6
33.5
.ci.s
'38
32.)
34.4
32.5
34.3
32.5
34c
37.2
35.2
37.3
35..
,7.c
39.3
33..5
38.5
36.7
35Q
)$es - Houses
1971 - December - Ddcembre .....................................
November(1) - Novewbre(l) ...............................
1970 - December - Ddcembre .....................................
November(1) - Novembre(1) ...............................
1969 - December - Ddce,sbre .....................................
November(l) - Nova,sbre(l) ...............................
275.533
217,595
269,374
275,616
37
37,..
32.3
Non-agricultural paid workers - Travailleurs
rdmundrda non agricolea
Both sexes - Lea deux sexes
7
1971 - December - Dfcembre ........................................ 251,
November(l) - Novembre(1) .................................
.247,9'l
1970- December - Dfcsmbre ........................................
251,118
November(1)-Plovembre(1) ................................. . 2'l,4'
1969 - December - D8rembre ........................................ 252, L2't,
November(1) - Novembre(i) .................................. 237,o46
35.7
31.0
Men - Houses
1971 - December - Décembre ........................................ l7,C1.
November(1) - Nooembre(l).................................. i.o2,,
1970- December - Ddcembre ........................................ 171,7'
Nove,sber(l) - Nove,sbre(l)..................................IL,"'
1969 - December - Ddrembre ........................................ 173,L.
November(1) - Novembre(l) ..................................l'4,'j'
79.2
37.4
39.4
37.5
"3.1
,7.8
40.6
38.9
40.9
3 0 .2
41.3
39.4
Women - Feumies
1971 - December - Ddcenabre ........................................ 1.5,945
November(1) - Novembre(i) .................................. P5,r'
1970 - December - Décembre ........................................7C,3P.c
November(i) - Novembre(l) ..................................7',95l
1969 - December - Décembre ........................................7 1 , ?70
November(1) - Novembre(l) .................................. 72.1'
71.4
33.6
31.4
33.7
31.'
341
32.
3...
32.
34.
(1) In November 1969.1970 and 1971, a large n,ssber of persons worked less than their usual number of hours because of Remembrance Dey being in tn,::
onbanL
week. - En Novembre 1969, 1970 at 1971, an trand sombre de personoes not travailiC moms que Is norsbre habitual d'heures, Is Jour dv Souvenir dana Ia semaine de rCférence.
See motes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Lea notes colxssençant I Is page 57 contienneni
des ddfinitionv, dcx renaeignoments sot l'erreur d'dchantillonnage Ct d'awtres eaplications.
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29
HOURS - HEURS
ISLE SO. Employed by Hours Worked and Helm Reasons for Absence, by Sex. Canada
:muffles employden solvent Se nmabre d'heures travaillien cc sul050t lea principalea raisono
des absences, par saKe, Canada
Total employed Usually work 35 hours or more
Total. peroonnen eixployeeu
Travaillant ordinairement 35 heures ou plus
Hours worked during Hours worked during reference week Usually
reference weak
-
ork less
-
Heures travailides •0 coors de Is than 35
Heures travailldes au courn de seo,aine de rdfdrence hours
is sae"ne de rdf" ence
1-34
Travailhours - heures ant ordiTotal35
Total35
Not at
hours or1-34Not at
hours or khort timeIb.,e toworkairaisent
amino
inurehoursWork
more
andother
-de
---
-
turnoverreasonsAbsentea
5 heures
heoresheuresAbsentes
du
heuresTotal-mu plus du
so plus
TempsAutrestravail
travail
rfduit Ctrainons
roulement
thousands - ,nllIiern
Total
Both sin.. - Lea deux sexes
1971 - December - Ddcen,bre ........
November (I) - Noveabre (1)
1970 - December - Ddcembre ........
November (1) - Noveabre(1)
1969 - December - Odsembre ........
November (1) - Nove,nbre(l)
1,125
c,403
5,1°7
91218
5,11)7
i,23
5,0°"
1,413
2,674
1,32,
2,542
1,?7n
2,437
25
288
2 49
279
213
27u
7,o,45
7,070
6,790
6,675
6,712
1,773
0,463
5,187
6,218
5,1C3
5,223
1."54
347
1,615
321
1,77
294
1,406
76
71
91
41
70
St
265
1,544
270
1,426
211
1,255
231
27L
234
20'
195
213
l,'ci
1,_I7
1,311
1,0 4 ;
l,02t
968
5,343
9,4(2
,219
5,322
0,192
1.243
4,555
3,800
4,'41
3,774
4,493
3,767
601
1,3F7
667
1,336
543
1,209
188
215
191
212
159
209
41976
5,054
4,950
4,56
4,551
4,918
4,955
3,900
4 1 441
3,774
4,493
3,767
238
1,044
232
968
210
949
SC
46
63
55
55
53
195
998
lbS
913
155
896
183
210
185
206
151
202
367
348
361
374
341
325
2,782
2,747
2,572
2,1(2
2,520
2,519
11908
1,387
1,777
1.330
1,733
1,287
812
1,287
737
1,21.6
733
11169
62
73
58
67
54
62
2,069
2,018
1,921
1,927
1,861
1,855
1,308
1,387
1,777
1.330
1,733
1,287
109
571
90
539
94
517
29
25
76
26
24
28
83
547
69
513
60
.09
51
60
49
58
44
51
713
729
bIC
075
059
617
7,686
7,678
7,342
71442
7,255
7,270
6,162
4,852
5,896
4,751
5,900
4,70m
1,287
2,548
11210
2,423
1,158
2,307
237
278
236
297
197
257
6,695
6,702
6,418
6,489
6,347
6,383
6,162
4,852
5,896
4,751
5,900
4,706
314
1,589
301
1,484
267
1,437
73
67
83
75
73
76
241
1,522
218
1,408
194
1,361
223
260
221
254
185
240
098
976
924
957
OCS
387
4,960
4,995
4,825
4,000
4,785
4,814
4,271
3,495
4,134
3,441
4 ,180
3,434
513
1,304
508
1,257
462
11185
176
206
179
202
143
195
4,650
4,705
4,515
4,584
4,501
4,545
4,271
3,485
4,134
3,441
4,182
3,34
207
1,022
208
047
185
922
44
42
57
49
50
49
164
978
151
897
135
873
172
200
173
194
136
19
319
28°
305
31e
284
269
2,727
2,683
2,522
2,543
2,470
2,45.
1 1 891
1,367
1.763
1,310
1,723
1,272
774
1,243
702
1,166
096
1,122
62
72
58
6
54
62
2,1-49
1,996
1,9C4
1,905
1,846
1,838
1 1 891
1,367
1,763
1,31,1
1,720
1,272
106
565
92
537
82
515
29
24
29
26
23
27
78
545
67
511
59
48.3
51
59
49
58
44
51
678
687
619
638
624
618
- ,l9
7 ,791
7,924
7,712
7 ,761
Men - Home
.
1971 - December - L*ce,nbce ........
Noveaber(l) - Novemhre(l)
1970 - Sconber - D8cembre ........
mov,ber(l) - Uovembre(i)
-- :omber - Dfcembre ........
.ve,sber(l) - Nnvembre(1)
-
1971 - December - Décembre ........
November (1) - Novembre (1) -.
1970 - December - Décemhre ........
Movember(l) - Novembre(l)
1969 - December - D8cembre ........
Noveaber(l)Novemhre(I)
Non-agriculture - Secteur
non agricole
Both sexes - Lee dot.,, sexes
1971 - December - Décembre ........
November(l) - Novembre(l)
1970 December - Idvembre ........
November(1) - Novesbre(l)
1969 - December - Ddcembre ........
Nove,nber(1) - Novesibre(l)
Men - I.s
1971 - December - DAcembre ........
November (1) - Novembre(1)
1970 - December - D8ce,sbre ........
Noveinber(l) - Novembre(I)
1969 - December - Déce,ahre ........
November (1) - Novembre (1)
Wn - F.e
1971 - December - D8cemhre ........
November(l) - Nove,ubre(l)
1970 - December - D8ce,sbre ........
•
November(l) - Novembre(l)
1969 - December - Décembre ........
November (1) - Novembre(l)
1) in November 1969, 1970 and 1971,
week. - En Novembre 1969, 1970 ci
dane Is nemaine de rffdrence.
large nimiber of persona worked lean thao their usual n.miber of hours because of Remembrance Dey being in the reference
971, an grand nombre de personnea ont travaillA noise que Ic nombre habitue! d'heures, Ic Jour do Souvenir tombant
See notes beginning on page 57 for del Lnitionn,information on sampling error, and other explanatory material, - Lea notes comaencant I Is page 57 contiennest
den ddfinitions, den renseignemente at.
l'erreur d'Echantilloonage et d'autres enplications.
30
SUMMARY, CURRENT DATA - SOMMAIRE, DONNEES CDURANTES
TABLE 11, Stsamry Labour Force Characceri.cica by Detailed Age Group and Sex, Can
TABLEAU 11. Saire des carsotdristiqnes do Is main-d'oeuvre scion les groupas d'Bge ddtaillds
December
-
1971
Ddcembre
Labour force
Population
14 years
and over
Population.
14 ann
cc plus
-
-
&
Total
in-d'oeuvre
II Employed
I
IPers000es
employees
thousands
-
II
Unemployed
-
I
IChneurs
Not in
labour
force
Participatton
rates
Non dana
la maind'oeuvre
Taux
d'activitd
Unemploymant rates
Taux
de
chUmage
per cent
ailliera
both sexes - Las deux sexes
Total .............................................
15,547
8,655
8,125
530
6,892
55.7
6.1
14 - 24 years - ann .....................................
4,485
2,183
1.962
221
2.302
48.7
10.1
14-19 years - ass ...................................
14years - ann .................................
15.16"-".................................
17 - 1911 -" .................................
2,574
452
877
1,245
827
52
166
609
722
52
151
519
106
...
15
90
1.747
400
711
636
32.1
11.5
18.9
48.9
12.8
9.0
14.8
20 - 24 years - ans ...................................
1,911
1,355
1.240
116
555
70.9
8.6
25 years and over - sos at plus .......................
11,063
6.473
6,164
309
4,590
58.5
4.8
25 -44 years - ann ...................................
25-34 years - sna .................................
35 -44 ,, - ', .................................
5,394
2,881
2,512
3,752
1.997
1,755
3,566
1,893
1,673
185
104
81
1,642
884
758
69.6
69.3
69.9
4.9
5.2
4.6
45 - 64 years - ass ...................................
45 -54 ysara - ass .................................
55 - 64 " - " .................................
4,042
2,310
1,732
2,535
1,563
973
2,421
1,496
925
114
67
47
1,507
747
760
62.7
67.7
56.2
4.5
4.3
4.8
65 years and over - sea et plus .....................
65-69 year, - ana .................................
70 years and over - ana cc plus ...................
1.627
597
1,030
186
121
65
177
112
64
...
...
...
1,442
476
965
11.4
20.3
6.3
Men - Hs
Total .............................................
7,698
5,745
5,343
402
1,953
74.6
14 -24 years - ass .....................................
2,286
1,239
1.079
160
1,047
54.2
12.
14-19 years - ann ...................................
14years - an. .................................
15 - 1 6"-".................................
17 - 19'-".................................
1.319
230
449
639
450
34
93
323
380
34
84
263
70
...
10
60
869
196
356
317
34.1
14.8
20.7
50.5
11.
20 - 24 years - ana ...................................
967
789
699
90
178
81.6
11.4
25 years and over - one et plus .......................
5,412
4,506
4,264
242
906
83.3
5.4
25 -44 year. - ass ...................................
25 - 3 4 years - ass .................................
35 -44 ,' - ,, .................................
2,689
1,430
1,260
2,590
1,370
1.220
2,449
1.291
1.157
141
78
63
99
60
39
96.3
95.8
96.8
5.4
5.7
5.2
45-64 years - sea ...................................
45 -54 years - one .................................
55-64 " - " .................................
1,986
1,133
853
1,775
1,068
708
1,682
1,016
666
93
51
42
211
65
145
89.4
94.3
83.0
5.2
4.8
5.9
65 years and over - sos et plun .....................
65 -69 yearn - ann .................................
70 years and over - an, at plus ...................
737
286
450
141
89
52
133
81
51
...
...
...
596
198
398
19.1
31.1
11.6
Total .............................................
7.849
2,910
2,782
128
4,939
37.1
4.4
14 -24 years - ass .....................................
2,198
944
882
61
1,255
42.9
6.5
14- 19 years - ann ...................................
14yearn - ann .................................
15 - 16"-".................................
17 - 19"-".................................
1,255
222
428
605
377
18
73
286
342
18
67
256
36
...
...
30
878
204
355
319
30.0
8.1
17.1
47.3
9.5
10.5
20 - 24 years - ass ...................................
944
566
540
26
377
60.0
4.6
34.8
3.4
10.
18.,.
Wonms - Pens
25 years and over - one at plus .......................
5,651
1,967
1,900
67
3,684
25 -44 years - one ...................................
23 - 34 years - one .................................
35 - 44 ,, - ,, .................................
2,704
1,452
1,253
1,162
627
534
1,117
601
516
44
26
18
1,543
824
718
43.0
43.2
42.6
3.8
4.1
3.4
45 - 64 years - ass ...................................
45 - 54 years - one .................................
53.64 " - " .................................
2.056
1,176
879
760
495
265
739
479
259
21
16
...
1,296
681
614
37.0
42.1
30.1
2.8
3.
65 yearn and over - sos et plus .....................
65-69 years - aol .................................
70 years and over - ana at plus ...................
891
311
580
45
32
13
44
31
13
...
...
845
279
567
5.1
10.3
2.2
. .
.. -
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on samplIng error, and other explanatory material. - Len notes cuencant A Is page 57 cootier.s,des definition., dea rcnaeignesenta our l'erreur d'dchaotillonnage at d'aotres explications.
SUMMARY CURRENT DATA - SOMMAIRE, DONNEES COURANIES
TABLE 12. Soemary Labour Force CharacterI,ticn by Marital Status, Age and Sex, Canada
l.EALJ 12. Saire den caractdristiquee de Is main-d'oeuvre scion 1 'dtat matrimonial, 1 'Ige at le .exe, Canada
December -. 1971 - Ddcerbre
Labour force
Population -
16 yearsl4ain-d 'ocuvee
and over
Not inParticilabourPattonUnemployment
forceratesrate,
I
Non dan, TauxThom
EmployedUnemployed
Population, isd'artivitdde
14anset I-Imain- chlmege
Total
Plus
personnesI ci.t.meur,
d'oeuvre
employdes
thousands - nilliers per cent - pourcentage
By marital status - Scion i'dtat matrimonial
Both .exe, - Lea deux semee
All marital statuses - Ensemble des ftats
matrlmoniaux ......................................
15,547
8,655
8,125
530
6,892
55.7
6.1
Single - Cdl Ibatairea .............................
4,567
2,335
2,082
253
2.233
51.1
10.8
Married - Hands ..................................
9,185
5,921
5,669
252
3.864
60.5
4.3
Other - Autres ....................................
1,195
400
374
26
795
33.5
6.5
7,698
5,745
5,343
402
1,953
74.6
7.0
190
1.163
53.9
14.0
Men - Ke.
All marital statuses - Ensemble des dtats
matrimoniaux ......................................
- Cdlibatsires .............................
2,522
1,359
1,169
- Minds ..................................
4,893
4,247
4,049
198
646
86.8
4.7
- Autree ....................................
284
139
125
14
145
48.9
10,1
marital statuses - Ensemble des dtata
mstrimoniaux ......................................
7,849
2,910
2,782
128
4,939
37.1
4.4
Single - Cdlibataires .............................
2,046
976
913
63
1,070
47.7
6.5
Married •- Mar Idea .................................
4,892
1,674
1,620
54
3,218
34.2
3.2
Other - Autrno ....................................
911
261
249
12
651
28.6
4.6
- '-n - Faes
All
By ;e and marital status - Scion, i'Bge et
l'dtsi matrimonial
Hen - Homoes (20-64 years - ama)
All marital ,tstuaes - En.embie dee dtatn
atrlmonisux ......................................
5,642
5,154
4,831
323
488
91.4
6.3
20 -44 yesr. - ama ...............................
45 - 64 years - an, ...............................
3,656
1,986
3,379
1,775
3,148
1,682
230
93
278
211
92.4
89.4
6.8
5.2
Married - Marida ..................................
4,349
4,119
3,930
189
230
94.7
4.6
20 - 44 year. - one ...............................
45 -64 years - an. ...............................
2,600
1,749
2,517
1,602
2,403
1,527
114
75
83
147
96.8
91.6
4.5
4.7
Other - ActrCS ....................................
1,293
1,035
901
134
258
80.0
12.9
marital statuses - Ensemble des etate
satrimofliaux ......................................
5,704
2,488
2,396
Married - Maridee .................................
4,465
1,636
1,584
522,82936.63.2
852
812
403876.84.7
Women - Pea (20-64 years - an.)
All
Other - Autres ...................................
1,239
notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sampling error, and other explan
definition,, des renseignements our l'erreur d'dchantillonnage at d'autres explication,.
923,21643.63.7
al. - I.e. note, coemengant B la page 57 comtie
NUUSTRY AND OCCUPATION, CURRENT DATA
TABLE 13. Msployed by Industry and Sex. Car
Deciber 1971
Goods-producing industries - Industries de biens
Other prImary industries - Autres
A
branches du aecteur primsire
Piano- Conindustries -
facturiug stroction
Mine,,-routes
Fishing and uarries and Industries BAtiment
branches TotalAgriculture Forestry trapping oil wells manufac- et
d'sctivitd -turièrestravaux
T t 1et Mines,publics
Forets
PBche pidgeagecarribres
t pults de
pdtrole
No.
-
All classes of workers
8,125
2,931
439
226
79
16132
1,790
475
2
Men................................5,343
2418
384
218
77
16125
1,365
451
3
2
Women............................ .,782
513
55
...
...
...
425
24
1
Bothsexes..........................
...
Paid workers
4
Bothsexes..........................7,115
2,418
75
205
71
...128
1,749
390
5
4
Hen.............................. .,540
1,957
59
197
69
...122
1,331
369
417
21
December 1971
--
Transportation and co.s,sa,ication
All
occupations
Mansgerial
Tsutes
professions
Adminis'
trateurs
ofossional
and
technical
Professions
libdrales
at
Clerical
Sales
Iluployds
de
bureau
Vendeurs
echniciens
Service
and
recreational
Travaillaura des
services
at des
aciivitde
rdcr8atives
-
Travailleurs des transports at
des cuse,ufllcatiOns
Connuni-
Transport
Total
cation
-
-
Transports
Cos'nunlcations
No.
All classes of workers
1,001
436
36571
347364
382
393
35637
883257
619
43
...34
1,117
1,206581
923
404
334
628
345348
358
363
326
860234
565
41
Both sexes ..........................8,125
791
1,194
1,229621
2
Men...............................5,343
690
692
3
2 , 782
101
502
4
Bothsexes.........................7, 11 5
513
5
Men..............................4,540
456
women............................
Paid workers
6
Wn............................2,576
57
489
ee notes beginning on page 57 for detinitsons, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material.
33
BRANCHE CACTI VIlE El PROFESSION, DONNES COURANTES
..iu 13. Personnes employees par branche dactivitd et par .exe, Canada
D8cesnbre 1971
Service-producing Industries - Services
Transportation coinsunication
and other utilities
-
Finance,Comnity .
insurancebusiness. Public
Transports, coanications et
and real arid personal ainis..
autres services publIcs Tradeestateservicetration
Trans-Electric
Total
ports-power, gas-
-
-
CommerceFinances,ServicesMninisties andand water
tration
assurances SoCiO-
communication utilities
cuicurels,
publique
Total
-
et affaireu -
imohilikreu cormuerciflux
Transports et Energie
cc peruonnels
coenuni-flectrlque, cationsgas cc
No
-
Ensemble des travailleurn
2,191
515
175
872
388
tiemmres..............................2
184
1,318
127
F..............................3
emmves
5,194721 633
89 1,408
359
2,925609 531
78
881
2,269112 102
10
528
Lamdeuasesou.....................
Trsvailleurs raanCrCs
1,969
515
LendeuoSexes........................4
156
739
388
I{ocmuee..............................5
181
1,230
127
Fq
enme ..............................6
4,697878 590
88 1,198
337
2,583570 492
78
730
2,114 ios
10
469
97
14. Personnes employees Far p tress101t
1AIILEAU
CL
par sLur, Lu.ida
Ddeemnbre 1971
Ocher primary
-
Farmers
and
(arm
workers
Autres professions du secteur primaire
I
ILoggers and
-
cultivateurs
cc
travailleurs
agrlcolea
related workers
F'imlttm,,
trappers
and hunters
Miners,
quarryrmn and
related workers
-
T5l
-
Bocherons
et
travailleurs
assimilds
thousands
-
P8cheurs.
pidgeurs,
cc
chasseurs
-
Mineurs,
carriers et
travailleurs
asnimilfs
milliers
Craftsmen,
production
process and
related
workers
—
Ouvriers de
mdtier,
artisans,
ouvriern de
Is production
cc trsvailleurs
ausimilfn
Labourers and
unskilled
workers (sot
in primary
Industries
-
Manoeuvres et
travailleurs non
spCcialisCe
(nauf industries
primaires)
if
Ensemble des travailleurs
435
122
47
386
122
47
49
..,
...
56
1,967
330
17
58
1,671
297
HOamme............................2
...
...
298
33
Fe5............................ 3
17
Leedeansexes.....................
trsvailleurs rCnnunfrds
2
105
42
...
56
105
42
..
56
Len note. coenengant I Is page 57 contiennenc des diflnitlons, des renseigner
1,869
325
1,581
294
Hosmies............................5
288
31
Fen,nsa............................6
sue l'erreur
Lee deuxsexes.....................
nuage et d'sutro. expitcariona.
34
CLASS OF WORKER AND HOURS, CURRENT DATA - STATUT PROFESSIONNEL ET HEURES, DONNEES COURANTES
TABLE 15. Employed by Clans of Worker and Sex, Canc
TABLEAU 15. Peraonnes employees scion le statut profeasionnel et I
.
December - 1971 - Ddcombre
Self-epco ccc
fancily
Paid
Travailleuru inddpendants workers
workers
own account
Total
-
workersEmployersTravailleurs
Travailleuru Total - -famillaux
rdarndrda Pour ccunpteEmployeurs non
propre
rgninSres
thnueaede - millieru
Both sexes - Len deux sexes ...........................................
8,125
7,115
846
513
333
164
Agriculture .........................................................
Non-agriculture - Secteur non agricole ..............................
439
7,686
75
1,040
271
575
236
276
35
299
93
71
Men - Hos ..........................................................
5,343
4,540
733
435
298
71
Agriculture .........................................................
Non - agriculture - Sectaur non agricole ..............................
384
4,960
59
4,480
265
469
231
204
34
265
60
11
Wn- Fea ........................................................
Agriculture.........................................................
Non - agriculture - Secteur non agricole ..............................
2,7822,576113 78
35 93
55 16 ... ... ... 33
2,7272,560 106 72 34 60
[1
I,\3LLAUii.eic,Ilc,: ccciii , y.•ec cc vicic i I
de is uemaine do reference, par ccxc,
Lr.ccicLi
Canada
December 1971 - Décembre
Total
0
hours
1-14
hours
nWant
heures
15-24
hours
25-34
hours
3544
hours
hours
heurea
heures
heures
beurea
thousond
- milliers
55 hours
and:::r
et plus
All classes of workers - Ensemble den travailleurs
Total
Both sex.. - l.a deux sexes .........................................
8,1252504745164234,7091,071683
Men - Hoemes ......................................................
Women - Fomses ....................................................
5,3431881992091933,074879602
2,782622753062301,63519380
Non-agriculture - Secteur non agricole
Both sexes - Len deux sexes .........................................
1,686
237
416
476
396
4,624
997541
Men - Iex ......................................................
Women - Fs ....................................................
4,960
2,727
176
62
164
252
119
296
170
226
2,996
1,628
811464
18677
Both sexes - Leo deux sexes ...........................................
7,040
214
363
436
363
4,439
862
Men - Roaaex ........................................................
Women - Feazoes ......................................................
4,480
2,560
156
58
149
214
161
275
151
212
2,852
1,587
696
166
Non-agricultural paid workers - Travailleurs
rénandrés non agricoles
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Leo notes conçant S Is page 57 contie
des definitions, den renseignements our l'erreur d'dchantillonnage et d'.utres explicationa.
S
ABSENCE, CURRENT DATA - ABSENCE, DONNEES COURANTES
•
35
TABLE 17. Employed by Hours Worked in Reference Week and Reasons of Absence by Sex, Canada
%RLEAU 17. Personnes employees suivant Ic nombre d'heures travaillCes au cours de la semaine de rdférence et suivant
lee raisons des absences, par sexe, Canada
December - 1971 - Décembre
Both sexesMenWomen
Lee deux sexes HomesFenines
thousands - milliers
Total employed - Ensemble des personnes employees
Total ........................................................
8,1255,3432,782
At work 35 hours or more - Ayant travaillé 35 heures ou plus
At work 1-34 hours - Ayant travaillC 1 B 34 heures .........
6,4634,5551,908
1,413601812
25018862
(a) Bad weather - Mauvsis telnps ......................................... 12 12
139
103
36
(b) Illness - Maladie ...................................................
(c) Industrial dispute - Conflit du travail ............................. 40
16
55
(d) Vacation - Vacances .................................................
3627
(e) Miscellaneous - Divers ..............................................
Not at work - Absentes du travail ..........................
Regular Full-time Employees (usually work 35 hours or more)
•
'ersonnes emp1oye trovafliant r6gu1 rement S plein L'mps
7,045
4,976
2,069
At work 35 hours or more - Ayant travailld 35 heures ou plus ..............
6,463
4,555
1,908
At work less than 35 hours - Ayant travaillé moms de 35 heures ...........
582
421
160
At work 1-34 hours - Ayant travaillé 1 1 34 heures ......................
347
238
109
Short time and turnover - Temps rdduit et roulement ...................
78
50
29
(a) On short time - temps réduit ....................................
(b) Laid off part of the week - En congédiement une psr tie de
Is semaine ....................................................
(c) Lost job during week - Perte de l'emploi au cours de Is semaine
(d) Found job during week - Emploi trouvé au cours de la semaine
52
30
22
12
Other reasons - Autres raisons ........................................
268
188
80
(a) Bad weather - Mauvais temps .....................................
(b) Illness - Ma ladle ...............................................
(c) Industrial Dispute - Cont lit du travail .........................
(d) Vacation - Vacances .............................................
(e) Miscellaneous - Divers ..........................................
52
99
50
59
39
82
58
25
Not at work - Absentee du travail .......................................
235
183
51
(a) Bad weather - Mauvais temps .......................................
(b) Illness - Maladie .................................................
(c) Industrial dispute - Coriflit du travail ...........................
(1) Vacation - Vacances ...............................................
(e) Miscellaneous - Divers ............................................
12
133
12
102
31
30
25
egular Part-time Employees (usually work less than 35 hours)
.ersonnes employCes travaillant rdgulièrement B temps partiel
(ordinairement moths de 35 heures)
tutu ......................................................................... 1 , 081367713
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Lea notes
coassencant A Is page 57 contiennent des definitions, des renseignements sur l'erreur d'échantillonage et d'autres explications.
36
REGIONS - REGIONS
TABLE 18. Suemary Labour Force Characteristics by Rei
TABLEAU 18. Sosire des caractertstlques de la main-d'oeuvr. Employed - Persom,es employees
DeemPanicS- All classes of workers Paid workers -
Unem-ployment
-
pationLabour
ratesforce Ensemble des travailleursTravailleurs pioyedrates
-
-
rdmendrPs
-
Not-agri. Non-agri- ChtmeursTaux
TsoxMaim-
culture
de
culture
d'acti-d'oeuvre
chDeage
-Total-
Total
vile
tore
ecteur nor
Non
agricole
apricoles
per cent
thousands - milliera
per cent
pourcentage
pourcentage
Canada
Actual - Chiffres rdels
55.7
1971 -December -Ddcembre ...........................
55.7
November - Novembre ...........................
1970 -December-DAcembre ...........................54.8
55.4
November -Novembre...........................
54.7
1969 -December-Décembre................ . ........ ..
5'..9
November - Novembre...........................
8,655
5652
8,329
8,400
81065
81115
9,125
8,149
7,791
7,924
7,712
7,761
439
471
449
482
457
491
7,686
1,678
7,342
7,442
7,255
7,270
1,115
7,123
6,817
6,912
6,720
6,724
7,040
7,338
6,735
6,821
6,651'
6,649
530
5C3
538
476
383
354
5.1
5.8
6.5
5.7
4.7
4.4
8,787
8,742
8,774
8,722
8,665
8,559
8,239
8,163
8,188
8,099
8,104
8,111
500
496
503
510
515
506
7,719
1,667
7,691
7,595
7,598
1,615
7,166
1,124
7,163
1,064
7,045
7,053
7,060
7,023
7,061
6,958
6,939
6,959
548
579
586
123
551
548
6.2
6.6
6.7
7.1
6.5
5.3
8,631
8,314
8,162
7.17
8,079
7,879
7,780
7,5,7
510
511
535
7,589
7,368
7,245
r,'62
7,029
6,639
6,720
64°'1
6,927
6,740
6,625
5,7'1
552
495
382
7°2
6.4
5.9
4.7
4.3
Seasonally adjusted - Chiffrea ddsaisonnslisCa
1971 - December -DAcembre ............................ 6.6
6.l
November - Novembre ...........................
56.3
October-Octobre....... . ........ . ........... .
56
. . 3
September - Septembre .........................
5.8
August-AtOt................................ .
56.1
July-Juillet................................
Annual average - Moyenn. annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
.................................................
.................................................
.................................................
................................................
56.1
55.8
t5,9
55.
548
Atlantic Region - Region de lAtlantlque
Actual - Chiffres rdela
1971 - December
Nove,ter
1970 - December
November
1969 -December
November
- Décembre
-Novembre..........................
-.
-Décembre............................. 5 . 5
- Novetsbre...........................47.8
'
-Décembre.......................... .6.7
47.1
- Novembre ...........................
-
.
..
..
.--
...
.
24
591
575
582
944
529
537
5o
536
524
529
42
46
40
6.3
7.2
6.2
607
613
614
625
620
624
22
21
21
22
22
23
586
gz
595
594
599
664
535
542
546
548
555
554
528
535
538
539
547
547
71
66
66
71
64
65
10.5
9.7
9.7
10.3
94
9.4
676
658
654
643
619
639
635
596
23
26
26
26
596
583
579
¶89
546
534
530
519
538
526
522
511
58
50
49
47
8.6
7.6
7.5
7,3
2,384
2.3es
2,339
2,348
2,256
2,274
2119
2,213
2,142
2,178
2,15'
2,131
8°
94
92
95
90
94
2,110
21118
2.050
2,083
2,014
2.037
1,942
1,958
1,890
11910
1.938
1,866
1,931
1,943
1,876
1,896
1,827
1,854
186
175
197
168
152
143
7.8
7.3
8.4
7.2
6.7
6.3
2,424
2,415
2, 4 26
',s
2,232
2,211
2,220
..1(
110
105
92
os
2.127
2,107
2,126
.,sq
1.960
1,949
1,65
1 ,7s
1,946
1032
1,948
I"07
192
204
206
123
7.9
8.4
8.5
9.7
.-,
2,291
2,227
0
101
121
-.5
2,05
1,961
13
158
145
7.
2,132
2,082
71
25
5o
464
641
641'
622
595
606
20
678
579
681
666
684
689
14
Seasonally adjusted - Chiffrss dAaaiaosrnalisds
47.9
1971 -December-Ddcembre...........................
November- Novembro............................4 7 . 7
47.7
October-Octobre.. .......................... .
47.9
September-Septsnbre.........................
48.3
August-AoOt.. ........................... ... .
48.7
July-Juillet................................
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
'9.1
.
................................................ .................................................. 47.5
................................................ ..'8.1
48.2
.................................................
Qudbec
Actual - Chiltres reals
5 4 .3
1911 -December -DAce,sbre...........................
Nove.th.r - Novembre ...........................
54.1
1970- December -DAcembre ...........................
54.4
November - Novembre .. ........................ .
1969- December -DAcembre ............................ 03.2
November - Novembre .......................... ..53.7
aa
Seaomally adjusted - Chiffres dAissmnalisds
55.2
1971 - December -Décembre ...........................
54.9
November - Novembre ...........................
55.1
October- Octobre .............................
4.5
September- Septembre ........................
August-AoOt.....................................
. -.
July-Jutllet..............................
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
................................................
..................................... ............
.................................................
.................................................
. .
:'.
54.5
54.3
.
.
L, --7
1,853
11909
-
1,1,842
1,789
REGIONS - REGIONS
TABLE 15. Susanary Labour Force Characteristics by ReBion
37
-
Concluded
ABLEAS 18. Sosm.aire des caractdristiqoes de la main-d'oeuvre par r8ion - fin
Pasplayed
-
Personnes employ8es
Partici-
All classes of workers Paid workers pationLabour
-
-
ratesforceEnsemble des travaitleursTrsvailleurs Detarlo
Unemployn,ent
rates
Unemployed
cémanérds
TauxMain-
Non-agri--Non-agri- chou
Thug
d'acti-d'oeuvre cultureculturersde
vitd TotalcultureTotal- ch8mage
ecteu
r no
Non
agricoleagricotes
per cent
thousands - mill tar.
per cast
pourcentage poorcentage
Actual - Chifires rdels
1971 - December - Décembre ............................58.23.2843,1391133,0262,8202,7941474.5
November - Nove,sbre............................58.1 3,2703,1211113,C'C52,PO42,7771494.6
1970 - December - Ddces,bre .............................6.9 3,1172,°711202,2512,6792,4471464.7
..57.'3,1403,0141'S216762,7152,o7712u4.0
November - Nove,sbre..........................
1969 - December - Décembre ............................57.03,0222,9271222,ec216262,6.2953.1
..56.93,0072,9251312,7°4214092,583942.7
November - Novembre ........ ..................
Seasonally sdjustad - Chiffres dfnalsounslisds
1971- December - DAcembre ...........................58.9 3,3303,1671233,0,432,6422,8061634.9
November -Novembre...........................58.6 3,3123,128116310122,8182,7921845.b
.58.43,3C13,1231212,9942.9122,7761865.5
October - Octubre.. .......................... September - Septembre .................. .......58.33,2993,1951352,9712,7912,7481935.6
1362,9382,7502,7161515.1'
August -AoOt .......................... .......57.63,2323,371
July - Juillet ................................57.9 3,2303,0,931352,9512,7652,7351474.6
Annual average - Moysnne annuelle
1971.................................................58.3 3,24°3,17°1342,9452,7612,7251705.2
1970.................................................58.0 3,1302,9951322,814215682,6531144.3
1969.................................................58.0 3,0322,9361362,6002.4242,589353.1
1968.................................................57.7 2,9342,5301432,6872,5182,4891043.5
Prairie Region - Region des Prairiei
- Chiffre. rdela
.
'71 - December - Ddces,bre ..........................
November - Noven,bre ..........................
I '70 - December - DAcembre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
369 - December - Déce,nbre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
55.91,3841,32,2021,1181,041,1,015644.6
96.41,3951,336218111191,0431,017594.2
55.31,3461,2752001,17599507171
56.31,36°1,3052061,0981,021005644.7
5.71,3341,2902041,2861.013091443.3
c5•710331,2922201,0720 84913413.1
Seasonally adlusted - Clsi±fres dAsainonnalisds
1971 - December - Décembre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
October - Octobre ............................
September - Septembre ........................
August - AoOt ................................
July - Juillet ...............................
56.71,4051,3452301,1081,0511,016604.3
57.11,4151,3512351,1161,1481 1 019644.5
17.'1,4331,3522351.1201 1 561,329815.7
57.51,4271,35323611115
110217"5.2
57.6114271,3552311,1271,061'1.126725.0
57.4114151,3492241,1281,1441,617664.7
Annual average - Moysnne annuelle
1971................................................
970................................................
1969................................................
1968 ................................................
57.01,4011,7382311,1071,0331,903o34,5
57.11080111202261,C931,0245-95614,4
56.51,3511,3122431,070994565392.9
56.81,318112832291,051981953393.0
British Columbia - Colembie-Britannique
Actual - Chiffrse rdela
1971 - December - Décembre ..........................
November - Nove,abre ..........................
1970 - December - Décembre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
1969 - December - Déce.nbre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
57.793487017
57.492786123
36.387980915
56.688180513
56.284279621
17.289580722
852781775645.9
838767757667.1
7947297237C8.0
788722716768.6
775717112465.5
785726720485.6
58.494688122
57.492886427
58.193587127
57,392185628
57.091285027
56.891284521
856786777656.9
837767754646.9
850780768586.2
829760748657.1
223747734626.8
821744735677.3
57.291184725
57.387881023
56.783679523
56.079775026
822753743647.0
788722713677.6
772714738425.0
724663654475.9
Seasonally sdlusted - Cbiffres ddsatsonnaUsCp
1971 - December - Décembre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
October - Octobre ............................
September - Septembre ........................
August - AoOt ................................
July - Juillet ...............................
Annual average - Mayenne annuelle
........................................
'10 ................................................
069 ................................................
"68 ................................................
notes beginning on page 57 for definition,, information on sampling error, and other explanatory Lal. - Las notes cemçant 6 la page 57 contiennant
definitions, dci renseignementa aur l'errsur dechantillonnaga et d'astres explication..
38
REGIONS - REGIONS
TABLE 19. Participation Rates by Main Age Group and by Region
TABLEAU 19. Taux dactivité par grand groupe dBge et par regi
Prairie ]itish
RegionColumbia
Atlantic
Region
CanadaQuébec Ontario- RegionColombieRegion de
desBritan1 Atlan-
tigue
Prairiesnigue
per cent - pourcentage
Total
1971 - December - Décembre ..........................
November - Noveinbre ..........................
1970 - December - Décembre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
1969 - December - Décembre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
57
55.7
54.8
55.4
54.7
54,0
4 7.1
47.5
46.6
47.P
46.7
47.1
54.3
54.4
54.1
54.4
53.2
53.7
58.2
58.1
56.9
57.5
57.0
56.9
55.9
56.4
55.3
56.3
55.7
55.7
57.7
57.4
56.3
56.6
56.2
57.2
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
..............................................
..............................................
..............................................
..............................................
14-24 years - 14
56.148.154.958.357.057.2
55.847.554.358.057.157.3
55.848.154•55 8.0R6.Q56.7
55.548.254.357.7!6.856.0
a 24 ans
1971 - December - DCcembre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
1970 - December - Décembre ..........................
November - Novembre
1969 - December - Décembre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
48.7
48.7
47.1
1-79
46.6
4 7.1
42.4
42.7
40.5
41.9
39.9
39.7
4o.8
47.3
47.6
4 7.8
45.7
46.8
49.6
48.8
47.1
47.4
46.9
46.6
51.3
51.6
50.0
51.5
9.2
49.3
50.7
49.9
C.1
50.0
4 4 .0
42.2
42.5
43.0
49.7
49.3
50.0
49.8
51.5
50.6
50.3
50.6
53•9
53.6
c2 • e
52.8
53.7
53.7
54,8
52.4
58.5
58.6
5P.0
58.5
57.9
58. 0
4.6
53.D
40 .8
CC..9
50.3
5 1.0
57.5
57.5
56.9
57.2
56.4
56.7
61.4
61.5
60.5
61.2
60.7
60.6
57.9
58.5
57.4
58.2
58.3
58.3
59.0
58.3
58.9
58.8
57.6
58.ti
.
56.52.1
54.7
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971..............................................
1970 ..............................................
1969 ..............................................
1968 ..............................................
25 years and over - 25 ama et plus
1971 - December - Décambre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
1970 - December - DCcembre ..........................
November - Noveinbre ..........................
1969 - December - Déceinbre ..........................
November - Novembre ..........................
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
...............................................58.3 50.357.160.858.358.4
...............................................58.1 5C.556.660.198.658.6
...............................................58.0 50,856.560.758.757,4
...............................................57.7 53.856.260.358.357.3
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Lea notes
coeinençant I la page 57 contiennent des definitions, des renseignements sur lerreur dechantillonnage et dautres exp1icatii
REGIONS - REGIONS
39
TABLE 20. Unemployment Rates by Main Age Group and by Region
BLEAU 20. Taux de chomage par grand groupe 8 *ge et par region
Canada
I
AtlanticI I I PrairieI British
I
lAtlan-I I IdesI Britantique
Prairiesnique
I RegionIIIRegionColumbia
II
Québec
Ontario
Region de i Ii
RegionColoinbieper cent - pourcentage
Total
AC.3
8.0
I.3
5.3
7.2
6.2
7.8
7.3
8.4
7.2
6.7
6.3
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.0
3.1
2.7
4.6
4.2
5.3
4.7
3.3
3.1
6.9
7.1
8.0
8.6
5.5
5.6
6. 4
5•0
'. 7
4.8
8.6
7.6
7.5
7.3
8.2
7,8
6.9
6.5
5.2
4.3
3.1
3.5
4.5
4.4
2.9
3.0
7.0
7.6
5.0
5.9
- ....................................
1;1-
1..i
Noveiiiber - Novembre ...........................13.2
10.6
970- December-Décembre ...........................
1c.2
November- Novembre ...........................
1969- December- Décenibre ...........................
. 7 . 7
7.5
November - Novembre..........................
16.1
13.7
12.7
1'.8
10.6
7.7
8.8
7•4
7.8
5.2
4.8
8.5
8.0
8.1
8.2
5.9
6.2
11.6
12.6
12.6
14.8
8.5
Q,.
11.3
11.1
13.q
11.4
11.3
9.8
14.3
12.8
12.1
11.5
13.5
13.3
i.5
9.8
1 Q. Q
5.6
8.6
E.2
7.7
5.3
5.0
12.5
12.7
8.7
10.2
7.5
5.2
6.4
4.6
9 .9
4.8
0.6
6.1
n.'
5.3
5,4
5.1
3.5
3.3
3,°
3.0
2.5
2.2
3.2
2.8
4.1
3.4
2.4
2.0
5.2
5.2
6.6
6.8
4.5
4.3
5.c
5.3
5. 1
5.5
6.3
5.9
5.5
5.2
3.6
3.7
2.4
2.8
3.1
3.2
2.0
2.2
5.2
8.0
3.8
4.
1971- December - Décembre ............................ 5.1
November - Novembre .......................... ..'.8
1970- December - Ddcenibre............................f.5
November - Noveinbre...........................5.7
'. 7
1969-December - Décembre ...........................
4.4
November - Noveinbre ..........................
Annual average
-
Moyenne annuelle
1971...............................................
1970.............................................. .
1969...............................................
1968...............................................
.
Annual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971.............................................. .
1.4
1970...............................................
10.4
7•C
1969.............................................. .
1968................................................ 8.2
6.
25 years and over - 25 ans et plus
4. 8
December - Décembre ...........................
November - Novembre .......................... ..4 .3
1970-December - Décembre............................ 5.1
November- Novembre............................ 4.2
1969-De c enibe r -D6 c emb re...........................3.8
November - Novembre ......... . .............. ...3, 4
1971
-
An nual average - Moyenne annuelle
1971...............................................
1970...............................................
1969...............................................
1968...............................................
4.7
4.4
3.6
3.7
ce notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Lea notes cornencant a is page 57 contiennent des definitions, des renaeignements aur i'erreur d'échantillonnage et d'autres explications.
40
REGIONS, CURRENT DATA - REGIONS DONNEES COURANTES
TABLE 21. Selected Series by Ro'
TABLEAU 21. Certaines series par
December - 1971 - Décembre
Prai rir}lrrtisi:
Atlantic
RegionColumbia
Region
Canada-Québec Ontario - RegionCoio,sbieRegion de
des Prairies Britannique
lAtlantique thousands - isilliers
Population 14 years and over -. Population 886c de 14 ens et plus
15,547
1,4174,3935,6442,4751,618
men - ................................................................ .... . 7,698
Women - Femees ................................................................. 7 , 849
7022,1622,7851,244805
7152,2312,8591.231 813
Bothsexes - Lea dewi sexes ................... ..................................
.
per cent Participation rates - Taux d'activitC
Both sexes - Lee deux sexes
Total........................................................................
55 . 7
47.1
54.3
58.2
55.9
57.7
14 . 24years-son..............................................................
25 years and over - ens et plus................................................
48 . 7
58 . 5
42.4
49.6
46.8
57.5
49.6
61.4
51.3
57.9
53.9
59.0
14 - 19years- ens..............................................................
20 - 24"" ..............................................................
.................................................. .
25-44'.
...............................
45.4'•"
65 years and over - son at plus................................................
32 . 1
70. 9
69.6
62.7
11. 4
26.3
62.7
61.0
55.0
8.2
27.5
72.7
67.7
59.4
11.1
33.2
72.0
72.5
66.2
12.3
37.9
70.1
69.2
63.8
13.5
39.1
72.9
70.9
64.3
8.8
Men
-
Hcnnies
Total........................................................................
76 . 6
64.8
74.5
76.8
74.6
16.5
14 -24years-sna..............................................................
25 years and over - ana at plus................................................
54 . 2
83 . 3
48.4
73.8
51.6
84.7
54.3
85.4
59.2
81.0
59.8
82.6
Married -Macus..............................................................
Other -Autres .............................................................
46 . 4
71.2
.48.1
44.5
455
Ikean
-
Fe.
.
Total....................................................................
14 - 24years-ens... .......................................................... .'.2.9
25 years and over - ens et plus................................................ 34 . 8
36.2
26.4
41.9
31.8
44.7
38.5
43.0
34.9
47.8
35.9
Married - Marides.............................................................. 34 . 2
other - Autres.................................................................41 . 8
26.7
33.9
28.8
43.0
39.0
42.3
34.5
41.6
36.3
44.7
usands
Labour force
-
-
millier.
Main-d'oeuvre
Both sexes - Lea deux sexes
667
2,384
3,286
1,384
934
2,183
6,473
211
456
617
1,767
752
2,534
375
1.009
228
706
14 . 19years- ann..............................................................8 2 7
1,355
20 - 24"" .............................................................
25.44"............................................................. ..3 ,752
....................................
"
.,535
2
4564' 65 years and over - ann et plus.................................................. 186
73
135
249
194
13
207
411
1,070
653
44
290
462
1,469
991
74
162
213
547
424
39
96
132
416
274
16
Agriculture- Agricole ........................................................... 456
8,199
Non -agriculture- Non.gricole.................................................
20
647
95
2,290
117
3,169
206
1,178
19
915
Total........................................................................
14 . 24years- aos....................... . ..... . ...............................
25 years and over - ails at plus........ .......................................
Men
-
.
.
8, 655
Rosnies
5 , 745
455
1,610
2,138
926
616
14 - 24year.-.... ............................................................. .1,239
4
25 yearn and over - ens et plun............................................... .,506
122
332
347
1,262
420
1,718
222
705
128
489
4,247
1,498
328
127
1,147
463
1,622
516
685
241
465
152
2,910
212
774
1,148
458
314
14 - 24years-ass..............................................................946
1,967
plus...............................................
ns
25 years and over - e et
89
124
270
505
332
816
153
305
100
217
1,614
Married - MaciCes..................... . .......................................
Other - Auires..................................................................1,236
115
97
373
402
725
423
266
192
19
123
Total........................................................................
Married -Mends...............................................................
Other-Autren.................................................................
Women
-
Penises
Total........................................................................
.
.
REGIONS, CURRENT DATA - REGIONS, DONNEES COURANTES
41
FAIILE 21. Selected Series by Region - Continued
UAIILEAU 21. Certaines eCries par region - suite
December - 1971
-
Ddce,sbre
Atlantic
Region
CanadaRaglan de
1'Atlanttque
Quebec
Ontario
Prairie
Region
-
British
Columbia
-
Region
des Prairie.
ColombiaBritannique
thousands - ,silliere
Eao1oyed - Pernoones employdes
Both sexes
-
Leo deux sexes
8 , 12 5
598
2,198
3,139
1,320
870
14-24years-an........... . ....................................... . ......... .1,962
so atplus............................................... .,164
25yearsandover -s
.6
176
422
548
1,651
693
2,445
343
977
201
669
14-19years-one..............................................................
.722
1,240
20.24...............................................................
..
25.44'....... .... .................................................... ..3,566
'..................................................... .,421
.2
45-64
'
65yearsandover -555atplus..................................................177
58
119
229
180
12
173
374
996
614
40
261
432
1,418
956
71
148
195
528
412
37
Si
120
395
259
15
7. 045
1,081
529
69
1,945
253
2,730
409
1,114
206
725
144
Agriculture ..................................................................... 439
Non-agriculture - Secteur nonagricole........................................ ..7. 686
18
581
89
2,110
113
3,026
202
1,118
17
852
Total........................................................................
Usually work 35 hours or more - Trsvaiilant ordinairum ent 35 heurea us plus ...
Usually work lea, than 35 hours - Travaillant ordinalrement mains de 35 heures
Nen - He s
Total......................................................................... 5, 343
397
1,465
2,037
873
571
14-24years-an..............................................................1,079
4
25yearsandover-ansetplus............................................... .,264
96
302
296
1,169
382
1,655
196
678
110
461
4 , 049
'!,rried-Hands...............................................................
iher-Autrea.................................................................. 1 , 294
300
97
1,073
392
1,574
463
66)
214
442
128
4 ,960
381
1,387
1,942
692
557
Total........................................................................2,782
201
733
1.102
467
299
14-24years-one..............................................................882
25years andover- asset plus................................................ 1,900
81
120
251
482
312
790
147
300
91
208
HarrIed-Haridea........ . .................................................... . 1,620
Other - Autres................................................................. 1,162
lii
90
359
375
701
401
263
184
186
113
Non-agriculture - Secteur non agricole.........................................2,727
199
723
1,084
426
295
Bothsexes- Leadeux semee.................................................... 7,115
532
1,942
2,820
1,040
781
Hen-Hosases.................................................. . ............. . 4,540
Women - Fosnea ...............................................................2 ,57 6
348
184
1,272
669
1,779
1,041
635
405
506
276
\on-sgriculture -Secteur nonagnicole.........................................
-
Pea
Paid workers - Trsvsiiieurs rdmunerés
Total
Non-agriculture - Non agricoles
Lasdews sexeS .................................................... 7,040
526
1,931
2,794
1,015
775
Hen- Homees................................................................. 4,480
Women -Fesnee....................... . .... . ..... .................... . ....... .2,560
342
184
1,263
668
1,759
1,035
615
600
501
274
Not at work durtng reference weak- Absente du travail Cu tours de is semalne
dar8ference................................................................ 214
At work 1-34 hours - Out travatlldde 1-34 heures........ . ................... . 1,162
At work 35 hours or more - Ont travaille 35 heures ou plus ....... ... ......... . 5,664
17
80
429
59
273
1,598
84
448
2,262
26
189
799
28
172
575
Hours worked in reference week by paid workers in non-agriculture - Heures
travaitl.des au Sours de is nemaine de reference par lea travailleurs rearedrCanonagricoles........................................................... 261 , 643
20,082
73,783
102,980
37,647
27.152
Both sexes
-
sinker - sombre
-ge number of hours worked in reference week by paid workers in non-agriulture - Hoysnne des heurea trsvalllde, au couru de Is easeLs. Se reference
rleo travailleuru rfmandrdo non agricole:
,er or not at work in reference week- Aysor travsilld ow non so coura de
1sumatne derdfdrence .....................................................
37.2
38.2
38.2
36.9
37.1
35.0
At work some time is reference week - Ayant trsvaiild B us moment quelconque
muCoorsdeI.semetnederdfCrence.........................................
38.3
39.5
39.4
38.0
38.1
36.3
42
REGIONS, CURRENT DATA - REGIONS. DONNEES COURANTES
TABLE 21. SeLected Series by Region - Conclude
TABLEAU 21. Certaines série8 par region - fin
December - 1971 - Décsssbre
Prairie British
Atlantic Region
RegionColombia
Canada-QuébecOntario-RegionColoinbieRegion de des Prairies Britannique
['Atlantiqus thousands - milliers
Unemployed - Chieseurs
Both asses - Lea deux sexes .....................................................
530
69
186147
64
64
14-24 years - ens .............................................................
25 years and over - ass et plus ...............................................
221
309
34
34
7058
11689
32
32
27
37
Men - Finesses ..................................................................
Women - lessees ................................................................
402
128
58
11
145101
4146
53
11
45
19
6.9
per cent - pourcentage
unemployment rates - Taux de chSmage
Both sexes - tee deux sexes .....................................................
6.1
10.3
7.84.5
4.6
14 -24 years - ass .............................................................
25 years and over - ass at plus ...............................................
10.1
4.8
16.1
7.5
11.37.7
6.63.5
8.5
3.2
Men - Finesses ..................................................................
Women - lessees ................................................................
7.0
4.4
12.7
5.2
9.04.7
5.34.0
5.7
2.4
rhxeendn -
1111.,.
Not in labour force .- lion dens is main-d'oeuvre
Both sexes - Las deux sexes .....................................................
6,892
730
2,009
2,356
1,091
684
Ken - Hoemea ..................................................................
Women - Famed
1,953
4.939
247
503
552
1,457
647
1,711
318
773
189
495
See notes beginning on page 57 for deflnitions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Lea notes toessençant B is page 57 contiennest des definitions, des renseignements sur l'erreur d'Cchantiilonnage et d'autree explicationa.
PROVINCES
43
ABLE 22. Selected Series by Province
;1!tAU 22. Certaines series par province
I
Canada
Prince
Lwfound- IEard
I
Iland
Island
I
Nova
S cotia
New
Lrunswic6
-
TerreNaive
tie-do-
I Prince-
uvelie
conse
Nouveau
SrsnswLck
Qudbec
Ontario
Manitoba
ISaskatIen
I
Briti.h
Llumbia
Alberta
LIombie
I Briten
nique
- milliers
December - 1971 - Ddcembre
Population 14 years of age and over - Population
egde do 54 ass at plus .......................
15,547
355
77
539
447
4,393
5,644
693
650
1,532
1,618
2,785
2,859
343
351
329
321
573
559
801
813
Ken - Hors .................................
Women - FeS ...............................
7,698
7,849
181
174
38
39
263
276
219
227
2,162
2,231
Labour force - Main-d'oeuvre ...................
8,655
154
38
258
216
2,384
3,286
388
336
660
934
Men - Ho,ra .................................
Women - Fensen ...............................
5,745
2,910
108
47
24
14
177
81
146
71
1,610
774
2,138
1,148
249
139
237
99
440
220
616
318
fssployed - Personnea ompiny6es ...............
Unemployed - Ch8meurn ........................
8,125
530
132
22
33
5
236
22
197
20
2,198
186
3,139
147
372
16
319
18
630
30
870
64
Not in the labour force - Non dens Is maind'oeuvre .....................................
6,892
201
39
281
230
2,009
2,358
306
314
472
684
per cant - pourcenta ge
55.7
43.4
49.6
47.9
48.3
54.3
58.2
56.0
51.7
58.3
57.7
74.6
Men - Menses..................................
37.1
War - enes................................. .
59.7
27.0
63.2
35.9
67.3
29.3
66.7
31.3
74.5
34.7
76.8
40.2
72.6
39.6
72.0
30.8
76.8
39.4
76.5
39.1
6.1
14.3
13.2
8.5
9.3
7.8
4.5
4.1
5.4
4.5
6.9
riember - Ddrenbre.......................55.7
55.7
:.svenher - Novembre......................
56.1
October - Octobre........................
Septembre
...................
..
55.6
September
August- AOOt.............................58.1
58.9
July-Juitlet...........................
June-Juin.. ........................... ..57.6
May- Mai................................. 56.2
54.8
April.- Avril ............................
54.5
March- Mars.............................
54.8
February - FOvrier .......................
January -Janvier....................... ..56.8
1970 - December - Ddce,sbre.......................54.8
43.4
44.6
45.2
46.2
45.6
47.2
47.0
45.1
63.4
43.3
43.3
43,4
42.8
49,4
52.6
52.6
53.9
57.9
60.5
56.6
52.6
48.0
46.7
46.7
46.7
45.3
47.9
68.0
48.7
48.2
52.1
53.2
51,0
49,8
47.8
47.7
48.3
48.5
49.2
68.3
48.2
49.4
49.8
52.5
53.0
50.5
48.1
45.5
45.9
45.6
45.6
46.6
54.3
54.4
54.9
54.3
57.0
57.7
55.9
54.6
53.8
53.7
54.0
54.1
54.1
58.2
58.1
57.9
57.6
59.8
60,7
60.1
58.3
57.4
57.0
57.5
57.3
56.9
56.0
56.0
58.4
57.7
60.6
59.9
57,9
56.
54.3
53.8
53.8
54.3
55.3
51.7
52.3
53.4
54.2
56.7
56.0
55.8
55.8
52.4
50.6
49.9
51.3
51.5
58.3
59.2
59.9
59.4
61.7
62.7
60.7
61.2
57.8
58.0
57.1
57.1
57.4
57.7
57.4
57.8
56.8
58.6
59,
58.6
56.8
55.9
55,
55.8
55.5
56.3
56.1
55 . 8
55. 8
55.5
55.5
55.1
44.9
42.9
43.2
43.6
44.3
44.'
51.3
49,3
51.4
50.0
50.7
51.4
49.3
49,4
69.7
49.8
50.1
49.8
'.8.6
48.9
49,3
49.3
49.4
50.2
54.9
54.3
54.5
54.3
54.9
54.3
58.3
58.0
58.0
57.7
57.6
57.2
56.6
55.9
55.6
56.4
55.2
55.1
53.4
53.2
53.3
52.6
51.7
51.8
59.5
60.2
60.1
59.7
59.0
58.8
57.2
57.3
56.7
56.0
55.8
56.9
71 - December - Ddcembre .......................6.1
5.8
November - Novembre ......................
October - Octobre....................... ..5.1
September - Septembre ..... . ....... . ..... ..5.0
August - AoUt ............................. 5.1
July -Juillet............................5.7
6.2
June-.iuin. ............................ .
6.3
MAY - Mai................................
April- Avril........................... ..7.8
March - Mars ..............................7.8
8.1
February - pdvrier.......................
8.0
.lanuary - Janvier ........................
6.5
14.3
11.4
9.4
9.2
8.7
9.0
8.5
10.1
16.4
15.2
15.2
13.9
10.7
13.2
7.5
5.0
2.4
4.5
4.3
4.7
2.5
11.1
11.4
11.4
8.6
8.8
8.5
7.4
6.1
5.8
6.8
7.4
6.2
6.8
6.6
8.7
9.7
8.9
6.9
9.3
6.5
5.5
5.9
5.2
5.1
6.3
7.5
12.5
10.4
10.0
9.0
8.8
7.8
7.3
6.7
6.8
6.7
7.3
7.6
8.2
10.0
10.1
10.4
10.0
8.4
4.5
4.8
4.2
4.1
4.2
4.7
5.8
5.4
6.5
6.1
6.5
6.4
4.7
4.1
4.9
4.2
4.0
4.5
5.6
4.5
4.1
4.8
5.4
6.0
6.5
5.0
5.4
3.5
2.9
2.8
2.4
2.7
2.5
3.0
4.7
4.8
4.6
6.2
4.7
4.5
4.2
3.7
3.1
3.3
4.0
3.7
4.6
5.9
6.6
6.0
6.5
5.7
6,9
7.1
5.7
5.5
5.4
6.2
7.1
6.8
8.1
8.3
8.7
9.4
8.0
1971 ..........................................6.4 11.47.77.6
5 . 910.85.45,7
1970 ..........................................
..710.35.35.4
1969 .........................................4
968 ..........................................4.8 9.75.65.9
967 ..........................................4.18.45.65.6
966 ..........................................3.6 7.95.65.2
7.4
8.0
8.5
7.2
6.9
6.9
8.2
7.9
6.9
6.5
5.3
4,7
5.2
4.3
3.1
3.5
3.1
2.5
4.9
4.5
2.7
3.5
2.5
2.5
3.7
4,3
3.1
2.3
1.8
1.5
4.7
4,3
2.7
3.0
2.4
2.1
7.0
7.6
5.0
5.9
5.1
4.5
Participation rates - Teen dactivitd ...........
Annual average - )loyenne annuelle
1971
1970
1969
1968
1967
1961
..........................................
..........................................
..........................................
..........................................
..........................................
..........................................
Uneaplos'ment rates - Team Is ch&uage
Annual average - Movenne ennu.15e
notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, infoination on sampling error, and other cap enetory material.
s d8finitione, des renee1gnnte our l'erreur d'dchantillonnage et deotrea explicationa.
-
Leo notee conseecent N Is page 57 contiennec
44
SEASONALLY-ADJUSTED SERIES - SERIES DESAI SONNALI SEES
TAILS 23. Selected Series. Canada and the Regioni
TABLEAU 23. Certaines udrie. Canada at lesrCgii
sge(l)
uw.ber
1971
71-201
I
ursiroDdc.
de
Nov.Oct.Sept.
I
197ij
Aug.JulyJune
---
AoStJul11.Juts
Nay
April
March
Feb.
-
-
-
-
Mai
Avctl
Mars
F.
Jan.
-
Janv.
i>éc.
per cent - pourcentage
Participation rates - T*ux dsctisit8
Canada
Bothsexes - Lea dens sexes.................
158
56.6
56.1
56.3
56.0
55.8
56.0
55.9
55.9
55.6
56.0
36.4
56.5
55.6
14.24years-ans.........................
25 years and over - one at plus ...........
159
160
51.7
58.5
51.0
58.3
51.3
58.5
50.8
58.1
50.9
57.8
50.2
58.3
50.4
58.1
50.7
58.0
49.9
58.0
50.0
58.5
50.9
58.6
51.0
58.6
50.0
58.0
14-19years- sna.........................
20-24.............................
25-44.............................
45-64.............................
65 years and over - one at pins ...........
161
162
163
164
165
35.5
73.0
69.6
62.7
11.7
34.6
73.2
69.2
62.5
11.9
35.2
73.0
69.0
63.1
12.0
35.3
71.7
68.6
62.7
11.6
35.4
72.2
68.4
62.2
11.2
34.8
71.9
68.8
63.0
11.5
34.6
72.0
68.5
62.7
12.2
34.1
72.1
68.6
62.9
11.7
34.9
70.3
68.3
62.9
11.9
34.7
70.4
68.7
63.4
12.2
36.4
70.9
68.6
63.7
12.1
36.2
71.1
68.6
63.7
12.9
34.5
70.9
67.7
63.1
13.1
Man- Homees................................
166
76.1
75.9
76.0
75.9
76.0
76.0
76.1
76.1
75.9
76.1
76.5
76.6
76.3
14-24years- sos.........................
25 years and over- ass at plus ...........
167
168
58.6
83.7
58.3
83.5
58.2
83.6
57.7
83.6
57.8
83.3
57.0
83.8
57.7
83.8
57,9
83.9
57.2
83.7
57.3
84,0
57.8
84.4
57.8
84.7
57.2
84.5
14.19years-sos.........................
20.24.............................
25-44.............................
45-64.............................
65 yeara and over - ass at plus ...........
169
170
171
172
173
39.0
85.1
96.6
89.8
19.8
38.8
84.5
96.6
89.5
19.9
39.5
84.0
96.6
89.6
20.1
39.0
83.0
96.8
89.7
19.3
39.4
83.5
96.8
89.4
18.6
38.2
83.3
97.0
89.9
19.1
38.8
84.0
96.9
89.6
20.5
38.1
84.1
97.2
89.9
19.6
38.7
82.6
96.6
90.0
20.5
38.7
82.7
96.5
90.7
20.5
39.9
82.4
96.6
91.4
20.6
39.8
82.5
96.7
91.8
22.6
38.8
82.5
96.4
91.2
23.1'
174
37.4
34.7
37.0
36.4
36.1
36.5
36.0
36.0
35.9
36.4
36.5
36.5
35.4
14-24years- ana......................... 175
25 years and over - one at plus............176
44.4
34.5
43.6
33.9
44.1
34.4
43.7
33.7
43.9
33.2
43.3
33.9
42.9
33.3
42.7
33.3
42.4
33.3
42.4
34.0
43.9
33.7
43.8
33.7
42.
32.i
177
178
179
180
181
31.7
60.6
42.4
36.7
5.1
30.2
61.5
41.9
34.6
4.7
30.9
61.7
41,3
37.4
5.3
31.0
60.5
40.6
36.7
5.3
31.5
61.1
40.3
35.9
5.3
31.3
60.4
40.8
37.2
5.2
30.5
59.3
40.1
36.8
5.6
29.3
60.1
40L0
36.6
4.9
30.9
57.8
40.1
36.8
5.0
30.6
57,6
41.2
37.0
5.2
32.4
59.1
40.8
36.8
5.0
32.2
59.3
40.9
36.5
4.8
30.
58.9
39.0
35.9
5.0
Lea deux sexes ................182
47.9
47.7
47.7
47.9
48.3
48.7
48.5
48.0
47.6
48.4
48.3
48.3
47.4
Hen -Hos............................. 183
Women - Feomea...........................184
66.9
29.7
66.4
29.3
66.8
28.9
66.8
29.4
67.0
29.8
67.6
30.1
67.3
30.3
67.1
29.1
66.9
28.4
68.0
29.1
67.5
29.4
67.4
29.6
67.0
28.6
55.2
54.9
33.1
54.4
54.7
54.8
54,7
54.5
54.3
55.1
55.6
55.6
55.0
75.5
34.1
75.6
34.0
75.8
33.5
76.3
34.5
76,7
35.3
76.4
35.4
76.7
34,0
Worsen
-
Fees..............................
14.19years- ass.........................
20.26°.........................
25-44.............................
.
45-645 0
65 years and over - an, at plus ...........
Regions
-
Regions
Atlantic
-
De 1'Atlsntique:
Both sexes
-
Queb.c
Both sexes - La. dens Sasas...............
185
Men - Hoes .............................186
Worsen - Fees ...........................187
76.0
35.1
75.6
34.8
73.7
35,3
74.9
34.6
75.3
34.7
75.6
34.8
Both sexes - Las deux sexes................ 188
58.9
58.6
58.4
58.3
57.6
57.9
58.2
58,2
58.1
58.2
58.8
58.8
57.6
Hen -I1oes.............................189
Worsen - Fesea ...........................190
78.0
40.4
77.9
39,7
77.7
39.7
77.7
39.5
77.7
38.0
77.8
38.8
78.1
38.7
78.3
38.7
77.2
39.6
77.1
39.7
78.0
40.1
78.5
39.6
77.9
37.7
Lea dana s.xes ................ 191
56.7
57.1
57.7
37.5
57.6
57.4
57.2
57.3
36.4
56.6
56.1
56.6
56.1
Hen-Noomes.............................192
Women.- Femea ...........................193
76.2
37.0
76.6
37,4
76.8
38.2
77.5
37.2
77.1
37.7
76.8
37.7
77.4
37.3
77.5
36.8
76.6
35.7
77.4
35.6
76.9
34.9
77.8
35.4
76.7
35,2
574
58.1
57.3
57.0
56.8
57.2
56.1
36.7
57.0
57.0
57.2
57.1'
0starlo
Prairies:
Both sexes
-
British Colombia
-
Colorsbie-Britannique:
L.s deux some...............
194
58.4
Hen-l............................
Women - Feomea........................
195
196
78.1
38.5
Both sexes
-
Seefc:otn..te(s)atendoftable.-lairrenvoils
iiI;: finluto
.-
SEASONALLY-ADJUSTED SERIES - SERIES DESAISONNALISEES
1 I,E 23. Selected Series, Canada and the Regions - Continued
AHLEAIJ 23. Cartaines series, Canada Ct lea reglon8 - suite
.
--
nomber
71-201
f -
1971
1970
Aug.JulyJuneMayAptil March Feb.Jan.
NuméroDde,Nov.Oct.Sept.--------Dec.
do
AoOtJuL11.JutsMatAvrti MareFey.Janv.
P.ge(l)
thousands - milliers
Labour Force - Main-d'oeuvre
Can*da
Both sexes - Ice deux sexes .................199 8,7978,7428,774 8.7228,6658,6598,600 8,566 8,4998,533 8.553 8.539 8.453
14-24 years - ass .........................199 2,3242,2952,305 2,286 2,2852,2372,212 2,238 2,1892,1852,220 2,2132,189
25 years andover - asset pius ...........199 6,4706,4466,471 6,4346,3646,4226,369 6.345 6,3106,3496,336 6,331 6,266
Men - Homoes ................................199 5,8525,8595,8675,8825,8383.8245,805 5,785 5,7295,7235,745 5,7425,734
14-26 years - are .........................201 1,3441,3321,343 1,329 1,3251,2971.298 1,2941,2741,2731,276 1,2721.273
25 years and over - one at plus ...........201 4,5204,523 4,526 4,537 4,500 4,517 4,502 4,4914.4554,4634,475 4,4614,470
Women - Feseses ..............................201 2,9312,8902,899 2.846 2,8152,8392,790 2,792 2,7662,8062,811 2,8002,718
14-24 years -ass ......................... 201978964968953959941922929918915941941916
25 years and over - ass at plus ...........203 1,9461,9161,936 1,8941,8611,8941,872 1,8501,8611,8881,868 1,8601,796
Regions - Rdgtoss
Atlantic - Do I'Atlantique ..................203 678679680686684689684671663675672674659
Québec ......................................203 2,4242,4152,426 2,4032,4042,4042,374 2,3652,3572,3832,400 2,3942,377
Ontario ....................................203 3,3303,3123,3063,2883.2323.2303,231 3,2323,2073,1973,223 3,2153,158
Prairies ....................................205 1,4051,4151,4331.4271,4271,4151,411 1,4081.3801,3771,362 1.371 1,365
British Colsesbia - Colombie-Britannlque205946928935921912912917892896896892891890
t,sployed - Personnea employdea
Ilada
.coxes - Lea deux sexes ................
.1 8,049 8,0257,9328,018 8,021 8,0067,897
.508,239 8,163 8,188 8,099 8.104 811
-24 years - ass ........................512,0692,0332,044 2,008 2,0151,9951,968 1.9791,9201,9431,967 1.9611,938
voars and over - ann at pius ...........52 6,1746,1306,146 6,093 6,0816,1126,068 6,067 6,0086,0686,052 6,045 5,960
-19 years - one .........................53 786755781769776766742741745751775717740
541,2741,2751,263 1,236 1,2511,2391,233 1,2281,1761,1871,192 1.1851,191
25-44"" .........................55 3,5633,53435383,5143,5143,5273,492 3,4893,4443,4803,459 3,4433,384
45-64".........................562,4292,4142,4262,4012,3892,4112,388 2,399 2,3832,3962,411 2,4132,379
65 years and over - 500 Ct PIUS ............57 184179183179174176188179181188183197200
Men - fles ................................58 5,4485,4425,4535,4075,4205,4125,389 5,3845,3115,3395,355 5,3465,320
14-24 years - ass .........................59 1.1631,1601,1651,1421.1451,1301.130 1,126 1,0921,1081.106 1,0991,100
25 years andover - enact plus ...........60 4,2934,2774,284 4,2634.265 4,273 4,259 4,262 4,2154,2404.251 4,2554,227
14-19 years - ass .........................61 432430443432436422419419412415428430419
680
20-24"" .........................62 729729723708715714713704683686677671
2,391
25-44" .........................63 2,4602,6542,462 2,456 2.4622,4682,455 2.448 2,4132,4222,410 2,402
45-64"' .........................64 1,6951,6871,6861,6741,6761,6741,660 1,679 1,6611,6771,695 1.696 1,679
155
158
65 years and over - ass at pius ...........65 160138138133128132141136141143140
Homes - Femee ..............................662,1872,7322,738 2.6952.6792,7042,661 2,6502,6142,6642,664 2,6582.576
14.24 years - an. .........................67 904872881866871864848840830836858862838
25 years and over- ans at plus ...........681,8771,8481,860 1,830 1.8121,8431,815 1,8021,7971,8251,803 1.1961,733
14-19 years - as .........................69 354327341333343346326315334333345348322
20-24"" ..........................70 545545542529535528521522495500512511511
25-44'" ..........................71 1,1011,0871.0731,0561,0511,0601,038 1,0391,0301,0541.048 1,041992
43-64"" ..........................72 736727741724717735728721720726718713701
65 years and over- one at plus ...........73 44424545464547424144434142
Agriculture ....................................74 500496503510515506501502535515509533511.
Hoc-agriculture - Secteur non agricole 757,7197,6677,691 7,5967,5967,6157,555 7,5417,4017,4947,491 7,4637,372
Men - Memees .................................76 5,0195,0135,020 4,9654,9814,9814.963 4.9514,858 4,896 4,903 4,884 4,876
Women - Fe,sses ...............................77 2,7092,6522.673 2,6332.6132,6412,600 2.583 2,5412,5872,587 2,5792,505
Usually work 35 houxe .,r more - Travaillant
ordinaire,nent 35 heures on pius ..............78 7,2097,1597,161 7,0777.0957,1137,042 7,0506,9476,992 7.007 6.9556,934
Men - Hossoes .................................79 5,1095,1095,1075.0535,0865,0755,051 5,050 4,9594,988 4,997 4,973 4,986
Women - Peseses ..............................80 2,1012,0472,057 2,024 2,0102,0381,988 1,9971,9862,0112,006 1,9811,949
teoally work less then 35 hours - Trsvaillast
rdisairement moth. de 35 heures ............81 1,0169941,026 1,0241,0341,0151,0179741,0001,008 1,003 1,042951
'ten - Homees ................................82 327324342354349349347331355354347360331
omes - Fe ..............................82 679672664671687668670650640652658675619
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46
SEASONALLY-ADJUSTED SERIES
-
SERIES DESAISOI4NALISEES
TABLE 23. Selected Series. Canada and the Regions - Continc
TABLEAU 23. Certsines series, Canada et lea rdgions - suit
Psge(l)
number
1971
197t
71-201
Aug.JulyJuneMayAprilMarchFeb.Jan.
NumdroDec.Nov.Oct.Sept.-------Dec.
de
AoQtJul11.JoinHalAvril MarsFey.boy.
5201)
thousands - nill.iers
Employed - Concluded - Pernonnea
cuaploydes - fin
Regions - Regions
.
84
607
613
614
615
620
624
624
617
609
626
623
626
603
.
.
85
86
412
199
415
197
420
194
417
198
418
202
422
203
420
205
423
195
414
192
429
198
423
199
424
202
413
193
Agriculture ..............................
Non-agriculture - Secteur non agricole
87
88
22
586
21
592
21
595
22
594
22
599
23
604
22
603
22
595
24
585
28
598
26
598
26
597
25
578
Qudbec .....................................
89
2,232
2,211
2,220
2,180
2,207
2,198
2.175
2,182
2,159
2.198
2.204
2.199
2,174
Men - Hores .............................
Women - FOre. ...........................
90
91
1,492
737
1,477
728
1,485
737
1,460
721
1,482
726
1,471
728
1.469
710
1,469
715
1,460
698
1,480
715
1,479
728
1,469
728
1,481
691
Agriculture ..............................
Non-agriculture - Secteur non agricole
92
93
110
2,127
105
2,107
92
2,126
89
2,088
100
2,114
98
2,105
92
2,080
89
2,096
tOO
2,064
101
2,094
94
2,101
105
2,091
113
2,066
Ontario ....................................
94
3,167
3,128
3,120
3,105
3,071
3,083
3,067
3,052
3,023
3,040
3,054
3,042
2,996
Hen .- Nores .............................
Women - Pores ...........................
95
96
2,064
1,102
2,055
1,071
2,051
1,073
2,035
1,071
2,034
1,032
2,035
1,052
2,028
1,042
2,012
1,036
1,966
1,053
1,979
1,060
1,998
1,060
1,997
1,046
1,995
1,001
Agriculture ..............................
Non-agriculture - S.ct.ur non agricole
97
98
123
3,043
116
3,012
128
2,994
135
2,971
136
2,938
135
2,951
134
2,941
139
2,911
554
2,868
138
2,899
136
2,915
140
2,901
2,''
Prairies ...................................
99
1.345
1,351
1,352
1,353
1,355
1,349
1,351
1,346
1,320
1,316
1,306
1,309
1,:
Men - Macuses .............................
Women - Fetuses ...........................
100
101
904
441
905
445
906
451
914
439
911
446
909
441
915
439
913
433
902
411
899
416
900
407
904
406
Agriculture ..............................
Non-agriculture - Sacteur non agricole
102
103
230
1,108
235
1,116
235
1,120
236
1,115
231
1,127
224
1,128
224
1,129
230
1,118
232
1,089
232
1,083
229
1,080
238
1,070
Atlantic - Do lAclantique Men - (ores Women .- Penmen British Celia - Coloabte-Britannique
577'
0'
2.
1,06
104
881
864
877
856
850
845
850
831
828
827
830
826
820
Men - Mores .............................
Wanes - Fore. ...........................
105
106
583
289
578
285
590
288
578
277
578
275
575
272
570
276
567
266
563
265
554
273
556
275
550
278
543
268
Agriculture ..............................
Non-agriculture - Secteur non agricote
10?
108
22
856
27
837
27
850
28
829
27
823
27
821
25
821
23
807
24
804
18
809
22
807
24
802
19
798
Paid workers - Travailleur. ren,undtCa
Canada
109
7,166
7,124
7,163
7,064
7045
7,053
7,015
6,989
6,861
6,942
6,972
6,958
6,864
Men - Hares .............................
Women - Pores ...........................
110
111
4,615
2,553
4,69
2,506
4,639
2,529
4,3
2,482
4,577
2,465
4,570
2,490
4.566
2,446
4,553
2,439
4,463
2,395
4,503
2,431
4,527
2,441
4,520
2,440
4,505
2,362
Non-agriculture - Non agricoles ............
112
7,060
7,023
7,061
6,958
6,939
6,959
6,921
6,895
6,754
6,846
6,866
6,849
6,753
113
114
4,528
2,533
4,535
2,490
4,558
2,509
1,492
2,468
4,489
2.450
4,490
2,478
4,484
2,435
4,464
2,427
4,377
2,377
4,414
2,416
4,438
2,427
4,432
2,423
4,408
2,346
115
116
117
118
119
535542546548555554552544534547550548527
1,9601,949 1,9651,9241,9281,9451,9341,9321,9031,9251,9391,9251,906
2,8422,818 2,8122,7912,7502,7652,7442,7312,6842,7192,7452,7392,699
1,0511,048 1,0561,0541,0601,0441,0491,0361,0059989949971,005
786767780760747744744742742738742746734
All induatrie. - Toutes branches d'activit6
Men - Mores .............................
Women - Fern ...........................
Regions - Region.
Atlantic - Do l'Atl.ntique .................
Quebec .....................................
Ontario....................................
Prairies ...................................
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannique
Not in the labour force - Non dans is
nein-d 'oeuvre
Canada ...................................
152
6,7676,814 6,7696,8106,804 6,7116,7396,7756,7976,7256,6806,6546,21
Atlantic - Do i'Atlantique ...................
Qudbec .......................................
Ontario ......................................
Prairies .....................................
Briti.h Columbia - Colombie-Britannique ......
153 73874179734729722722730732722723722
154 1,9731,982 1,969 1,9981,9791,9681,9681,9811,9871,9521,9291,9291,9
2,3212,336 2,3382,3382,370 2,3422,3222,3222,3202,3132,2762,2722,1.
155
1561,0711,059 1,046 1,0501,044 1,0481,0481,0471,0681,0631,0741,0591,0
6746886766866896896806956856796786737'
157
S.e footnote(s) at end of table. - Voir renvoi(
8 Is ia do tableau.
SEASONALLY-ADJUSTED SERIES - SERIES DESAISONNALISES
Li
47
23. Selected Series. Canada and the Regions - Concluded
•'BLEAIj 23. Certatnea aCne., Canada et lea regions - fin
.
number
1971
1970
75-201
Aug.JulyJuneMayApril March Feb.Jan.
hm,CroDde.Nov.Oct.Sept.--------Dde.
A.o0t Jul11. JuinMaiAvril MarsF&v.Janv.
de
page( 1)
thousands - mullets
Unemployed - tb0nieurs
Canada
Both sax.. - Lea deux sexes .................120
548
579
586
623
561
548
551
541
567
515
532
533
556
14-26 years - 505 ..........................121
25 years and over - one et plus ............122
255
296
262
316
261
323
278
341
270
283
242
310
244
301
259
278
269
302
242
281
253
284
252
286
251
306
16-19 years - ana ..........................123
20-24""..........................124
25-44"..........................125
45 years and over - one Ct plus ............126
131
124
181
114
137
122
193
125
126
138
187
139
141
138
198
148
141
129
563
117
123
124
155
145
127
122
166
137
136
123
159
116
141
132
175
127
125
114
164
119
133
117
164
121
124
125
174
114
131
120
182
125
Men - ........................................127
404
417
414
475
418
412
416
401
418
384
390
396
414
14-24 years - one ..........................128
25 years and over - one et plus ............129
181
227
172
246
178
242
187
274
180
235
167
244
168
243
168
229
182
240
165
223
170
224
173
226
173
243
14-19 years - one ..........................130
20-24""..........................131
25-44""..........................132
45 years and over - one et plus ............133
84
96
136
93
82
88
143
103
79
97
137
104
89
100
156
119
90
89
130
104
70
88
124
121
82
92
129
113
80
88
130
98
92
92
136
103
79
83
125
99
82
87
129
95
79
92
133
94
80
92
144
101
Women - Fs ...............................13 1.
144
158
161
151
136
135
129
142
152
142
147
142
142
87
76
87
64
88
49
77
51
74
57
89
48
88
64
79
63
83
65
79
64
78
63
14-24 years - ans .........................135
25 years and over - ans et plsa ...........136
69
92
68
14 - 19 year. - one .........................137
20-24'.........................138
0 0
.139
45 years and over - am et plus ...........140
47
28
47
22
55
37
45
21
48
38
45
30
48
36
39
26
51
39
32
17
43
36
33
21
44
31
36
23
57
36
29
21
48
39
40
24
48
31
45
21
55
30
3'
26
46
32
43
23
51
28
41
24
.mporary layoff up to 30 days - En congdement temporaire juaqu'b 30 jours .........141
33
29
38
28
25
35
27
28
32
24
26
33
39
iuut work and seeking work - Sans travail
I en quCte de travail ......................142
515
546
560
589
533
513
521
508
536
494
509
499
516
Under 1 month - Moms d'un mois .............143
1 - 3 months - mois ...........................144
.
° 1.
4.6
145
7 months and over - mois at plus ............146
120
187
110
112
ii
216
125
123
107
232
115
117
140
217
114
118
106
203
110
113
114
183
112
110
122
198
114
104
133
179
92
96
124
170
97
125
113
157
99
115
102
175
103
115
104
183
125
118
119
195
113
104
71
192
163
60
65
66
204
184
64
64
66
206
186
81
58
71
223
183
74
65
64
197
161
72
62
65
206
167
66
67
60
199
164
60
67
54
183
180
62
61
54
198
184
60
68
49
185
157
81
69
49
196
169
56
62
48
195
173
62
65
56
203
162
66
70
C
'
Regions - Hdgione
Atlantic - De lAtlantique ..................147
QuCbec ......................................148
Ontario .....................................149
Prairies ....................................150
British Columbia - Coiombio-Bnitsnnique .... 151
per cent - pouncentage
Unemployment rates Taux de thlusage
Canada
Both sexes - Lea deux .exe. .................207 6.26.66.77.16.56.36.46.36.76.06.26.26.6
14-24 years - one .........................207 11.011.411.312.211.810.811.011.612.311.111.411.411.5
25 years and over - ano et plus ...........207 4.64.95.05.34.44.84.74.44.84.44.54.54.9
Men - Hes ................................207 6.97.17.18.17.27,17.26.97.36.76.86.97.2
14-24 years - an .........................209 13.512.913.314.113.612.912.913.014.313.013.313.613.6
25 years and over - one at plus ...........209 5.05.45.36.05.25.45.45.15.45.05.05.05.4
Women - Fee..............................2094.95.55.65.34.84.84.65.15.55.15.25.15.2
14-24 years - an .........................209 7.69.59.09.19.28.28.09.69.68.68.88.48.5
25 years and over - ans at plus ...........211 3.53.53.93.42.62.73.02.63.43.33.53.43.5
Regions - Rdgiona
Atlantic - On 1'Atlsntique .................211 10.59.79.710.39.49.48.88.08.17.37.37.18.5
4ufbec .....................................211 7.98.48.59.38.28.68.47.78.47.88.28.18.5
utarlo ....................................211 4.95.65.65.65.04.65.15.65.74.95.25.45.1
I'r.irje. ................................... .2134.34.55,75.25.04.74.34.44.34.44.14.54.8
Aritish Columbia - Colousbie-Britannique 2136,96.96.27.16.87.37.36.87.67.77.07.37.9
fl Indicates page of "Seasonally Adjusted Labour Force Satatics' (71-201) where corresponding historic data may be found. - Renvoie 8 15 page do bulletin
-0
Its
Main-d'oeuvre - Statistiques ddoaisonnalisdes" (71-201) o6 figtsrent leo donnCeo chronologiques correspondantes.
notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sampling errur, and other explanatory material. - Lea notes coumençant 4 Is page 57 cos,tie,meni
definitions, des renaeignementa sun l'erreur d'fchantillonnage et dautres explicationa.
ANNUAL AVERAGES - MOYENNES ANNUELLES
48
TABLE 24. Sunsnary Labour Force Characteristics, Can.
TABLEAU 24. Soninaire des caractéristiques de Ia ,nain-d'oeuvi
1946-1971
Employed - Personnes employees
Participation
rates
Paid workers
All classes of workers
Labour
force
Unemployed
-
-
Ensemble des travailleurs
Travailleurs
rémunérés
Non-agri- Ch6meurs
culture
Total
Secteur no,
agricole
-
Taux
d'activité
Maind'oeuvre
Total
r
culture
Non-agriculture
-
-
ecteur nor
agricole
thousands - ,nilliers
-
per cent
Unemploynient
rates
-
Taux
de
ch8mage
per cent
pourcentage
pourcentage
1946(1)................ 55.0
4,829
4,666
1,186
3,480
3,137
2,990
163
3.4
1947(1)................ 54.9
4,942
4,832
1,122
3,711
3,275
3,156
110
2.2
1948(1)................54.6
4,988
4,875
1,096
3,779
3,367
3,234
114
2.3
1949(1)................54.5
5,055
4,913
1,077
3,837
3,440
3,298
141
2.8
1950...................53.7
5,163
4,976
1,018
3,958
3,522
3,411
186
3.6
1951................... 53.7
5,223
5,097
939
4,158
3,722
3,623
126
2.4
1952................... 53.5
5,324
5,169
891
4,278
3,866
3,755
155
2.9
1953................... 53.1
5,397
5,235
858
4,377
3,955
3,842
162
3.
52.9
5,493
5,243
878
4,365
3,961
3,840
250
4.
1955................... 52.9
5,610
5,364
819
4,546
4,133
4,027
245
4.
1956................... 53.5
5,782
5,585
777
4,808
4,389
4,286
197
3.4
54.0
6,008
5,731
748
4,983
4,540
4,442
278
4.6
1958................... 53.9
6,137
5,706
718
4,988
4,560
4,461
432
7.0
1959................... 53.8
6,242
5,870
700
5,170
4,735
4,624
372
6.0
1960................... 54.2
6,411
5,965
683
5,282
4,843
4,732
446
7.0
1961.................
54.1
6,521
6,055
681
5,374
4,911
4,799
466
7.1
1962..................
53.9
6,615
6,225
660
5,565
5,089
4,980
390
5.9
1.963..................
53.8
6,748
6,375
649
5,726
5,241
5,138
374
5.5
1964..................
54.1
6,933
6,609
630
5,979
5,466
5,368
324
4.7
1965................... 54.4
7,141
6,862
594
6,268
5,760
5,655
280
3.9
1966..................
55.1
7,420
7,152
544
6,609
6,096
5,999
267
3.6
1967..................
55.5
7,694
7,379
559
6,820
6,305
6,206
315
4.1
1968..................
55.5
7,919
7,537
546
6,992
6,490
6,391
382
4.8
1969..................
55.8
8,162
7,780
535
7,245
6,720
6,625
382
4.7
1970..................
55.8
8,374
7,879
511
7.368
6,839
6,740
495
5.9
1971..................
56.1
8,631
8,079
510
7,569
7,029
6,927
552
6.
1954..................
.
1957..................
(1) Newfoundland not included in estimates prior to 1950. - Sans Terre-Neuve pour lea estimations antfrieures a 1950.
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. Prior to 19
annual averages are based on surveys taken at quarterly intervals. - Lea notes connnençant Is page 57 contiennent des définitions, des renseignements sur l'erreur d'échantillonnage et d'autres explications. Lea moyennee annuelles antérieures a 1953
sont fondées sur des enquBtes trimestrielles.
S
49
ANNUAL AVERAGES - MOYENNE$ ANNUELLES
11 25. S.ary Labour Force tharacteriatics by Math Age Group and See, Canada and the Regions
5. Soiiinaire des caractdristiques de 1a main-d'oeuvre par groupe d 'age cc acme, Canada at lea regions
1953-1971
Begiona - Regions
Canada
14-24 25 years and over
years
all persons25 sos Ct plus
Total
Personnes
MenWomen
del4 h
24 ann, losTotal-Feomea
deux sexes
I -
I
Atlantic
Region
Region de
l'Atlantiqus
Québec
Ontario
Prairie
Region
Region
den
Prairies
British
Colombia
Colo.nbieBritarmique
Labour force - Main-d 'oeuvre
.....................................
5,397
.5,493
5,610
......................................5,782
.....................................
6,008
1,275
1,278
1,278
1,303
1,338
4,122
4,215
4,332
4,479
4,670
3,401
3,461
3,539
3,628
3,736
721
754
793
851
934
506
501
511
52C
537
1,538
1,562
1,591
1,615
1,678
1,948
2,022
2.059
2,147
2,238
956
949
969
998
1,019
449
461
480
503
536
6,137
6,242
6,411
.....................................
6,521
.....................................
.................................... ..6,615
1,358
1,366
1,404
1,416
1,447
4,780
4,876
5,007
5,105
5,168
3,796
3,842
3,897
3,930
3.952
984
1,034
1,110
1,175
1,216
535
541
550
571
578
1,735
1,758
1,803
1,820
1,852
2,264
2,301
2,377
2,401
2,422
1,055
1,084
1,115
1,154
1,175
548
556
565
575
590
, 74 8
6,933
7,141
7,420
7,694
1,505
1,578
1,674
1,797
1,906
5,243
5,356
5,468
5,623
5,788
3,973
4,016
4,067
4,138
4,212
1,270
1,339
1,401
1,485
1,576
577
588
611
626
635
1,904
1,951
2,022
2,116
2,196
2,476
2,556
2,614
2,719
2,834
1,181
1,199
1,228
1,248
1.268
610
639
666
710
762
7,919
1968 .....................................
8,162
1969.....................................
. 8,374
8,631
1,998
2,080
2,147
2,248
5,921
6,083
6,227
6,383
4,283
4,359
4,431
4,496
1,638
1,724
1,796
1,887
643
654
658
676
2,227
2,290
2,328
2,394
2,934
3,032
3,130
3,249
1,318
1,351
1,380
1,401
797
836
878
911
5,235
5,243
5,364
5,585
5,731
1,217
1,190
1,193
1,235
1,241
4,018
4,053
4,172
4,350
4,490
3,305
3,312
3,394
3,511
3,571
713
741
778
840
919
478
468
478
489
492
1,480
1,470
1,493
1,535
1,576
1,907
1,945
1,993
2,096
2,161
938
925
939
976
992
432
437
462
489
509
5,706
5,870
5,965
6,055
6,225
1,208
1,237
1,250
1,262
1,312
4,498
4,633
4.715
4,793
4,913
3,540
3,620
3,631
3,647
3,724
958
1,014
1,084
1,146
1,189
469
482
492
507
516
1,582
1,620
1,639
1,652
1,713
2,142
2,198
2,249
2,269
2,317
1,013
1,049
1,069
1,100
1,129
501
521
516
527
551
6,375
6,609
6,862
7,152
7,379
1,366
1,452
1,565
1,690
1,776
5,009
5,156
5,296
5,463
5,603
3,766
3,846
3,919
4,003
4,057
1,243
1,312
1,377
1,459
1,546
522
542
566
586
593
1,762
1,827
1,912
2,016
2,080
2,382
2,473
2,548
2,651
2,745
1,138
1,162
1,196
1,222
1,238
571
605
639
678
723
7,537
7,780
7,879
8,079
1,835
1,914
1,924
1,992
5,702
5,866
5,956
6,086
4,099
4,184
4,212
4,261
1,603
1,682
1,744
1,826
596
605
609
618
2,082
2,132
2,144
2,197
2,830
2,936
2,996
3,079
1,280
1,312
1,320
1,338
750
795
810
847
16258
25088
24585
l768
27898
104
162
160
129
180
96
149
145
117
164
8
13
15
12
15
28
33
33
31
45
58
92
98
80
101
41
77
66
51
77
18
24
30
22
27
18
24
18
14
27
432150
372129
446154
466154
390136
282
243
292
313
255
256
222
266
284
228
25
20
26
29
27
67
59
59
64
62
153
138
164
168
139
122
103
128
132
105
43
35
47
53
46
47
36
48
49
39
374140
324125
280108
267107
315130
234
199
172
160
185
207
172
148
135
155
27
27
24
26
30
55
46
45
40
42
142
124
109
100
116
94
83
66
69
89
44
37
31
26
29
39
34
28
32
39
382163
382165
495224
552256
219
217
271
297
184
175
219
235
35
42
52
62
47
49
50
58
145
158
183
197
104
95
134
170
39
39
61
63
47
42
67
66
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
.....................................
..................
..................
.....................................
.....................................
.....................................
.....................................
.....................................
.....................................
.....................................
6
.
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
...................
...................
...................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
Unemployed - thurs
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
1971 ....................................
See notes beginning on page 57 for dsfinit Ions,information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Len notes cençant
des definitions, des renseignements our 1' rrreur d'Cchantillonnage at d'autres explication..
in page 57 contiennent
50
ANNUAL AVERAGES
-
MOYENNES ANNUELLES
TABLE 25. Siary Labour Force Cbaracteristics by Main Age Group and Sex, Canada and the Regions - Cnncln
TABLEAU 25. Saires des caractAristiquen de Ia ham-d'oeuvre par groupe d Age at seas, Canada at 1s rAgio
1953-1971
Canada
Regions - Regions
14-24
25 years and over
years,
Atlantic
PrairieRritish
all persons Region RegionColombia
25 ana et plus Total-
-QuébecOntario- Personnes
Rdgion do
RegionColombiede 14 6
l'Atlan-
Men
desBritannique
24 ann, lenTotal
-
tique
Prairies
deux sexes
Hoomes
ItO
I
per cent - pOUrcentage
Participation rates - Taux d 'activitA
1953
1954
1955
1956
1957
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
53.1
52.9
52.9
53.5
54.0
54.5
53.8
53.0
53.1
52.5
52.7
$2.6
52.9
53.6
54.5
86.7
86.1
96.3
86.6
87.0
18.5
18.9
19.4
20.4
21.9
46.9
46.0
46.4
46.6
47.7
56.1
53.7
53.5
53.1
53.6
55.2
55.9
55.7
56.9
57.2
52.2
51.0
51.4
52.4
52.9
50.6
50.4
50.9
51.5
51.9
1958
1959
1960
1961
1962
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
53.9
53.8
54.2
54.1
53.9
51.6
50.4
50.3
69.2
48.2
54.6
54.8
55.6
55.6
55.7
86.7
86.6
86.5
86.1
85.8
22.5
23.2
24.5
25.5
26.0
47.0
47.0
47.1
48.1
47.8
54.0
53,5
53.6
52.8
52.5
56.4
56.2
57.0
56.7
56.3
53.8
54.2
54.7
55,6
55.7
51.5
50.7
51.7
51.8
52.3
53.8
54.1
54.4
55.1
55.5
47.8
47.6
48.1
49.3
49.8
55.9
56.4
56.7
57.2
57.6
85.5
85.6
85.5
85.5
85.2
26.8
27.8
28.6
29.8
30.9
46.8
47.0
49.1
48.6
48.5
52.6
52.6
53.2
54.3
54.9
56.5
57.0
56.7
57.2
57.6
55.0
55.1
55.5
55.7
55.8
55.5
$5.8
55.8
56.1
50.0
50.1
49.9
50.7
57.7
58.0
58.1
58.3
84.8
84.7
84.3
83.8
31.4
32.3
32.9
33.7
48.2
48.1
47.5
48.1
54.3
54.5
54.3
54.9
57.7
58.0
58.0
58.3
56.8
56.9
57.5
57.0
56.0
56.7
57.3
57.2
1953...................................... 3.0
1954.................................... ..4 .6
1955...................................... 4.4
1956...................................... 3.4
1957......................................6
4
4.5
6.9
6.7
5.2
7.3
2.5
3.8
3.7
2.9
3.9
2.8
4.3
4.1
3.2
4.4
1.1
1.7
1.9
1.4
1.6
5.5
6.6
6.5
6.0
8.4
3.8
5.9
6.2
5.0.
6.0
2.1
3.8
3.2
2.4
3.4
1.9
2.5
3.1
2.2
2.6
4.0
5.2
3.8
2.8
5.0
1958...................................... 7.0
1959.....................................6.0
1960...................................... 7.0
1961.....................................7.1
1962.....................................5.9
11.0
9.4
11.0
10.9
9.4
5.9
5.0
5.8
6.1
4.9
6.7
5.8
6.8
7.2
5.8
2.5
1.9
2.3
2.5
2.2
12.5
10.9
10.7
11.2
10.7
8.8
7.8
9.1
9.2
7.5
5.4
4.5
5.4
5.5
4.3
4.1
3.2
4.2
4.6
3.9
8.6
6.5
8.5
8.5
6.6
1963.....................................5.5
1964.................................... ..7
4
1965.....................................
3.9
1966.....................................
3.6
.
1967.....................................
9.3
7.9
6.5
6.0
4.5
3.7
3.1
7.8
5.2
4.3
3.6
3.3
2.1
2.0
1.7
1.8
9.5
7.8
7.4
6.6
7.5
6.4
5.4
4.7
3.8
3.2
2.5
7.5
3.7
3.1
2.5
7.1
6.4
5.3
4.2
4.5
2.9
3.3
..
8.6
.5
4.i
4..,
8.2
5.2
4,5
1963
1964
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
1971
....................................
....................................
....................................
....................................
linmaplosmant rates - Taux de chflmaxe
1968...................................
1969....................................
1970.....................................
1971....................................
.
.
.
6.4
..
.
.
.-
•..
11.4
4.7
.
5.2
.
. .
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, inforssaUon on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Lea notea cnçant 4 Is page 57 contien
des definitions, des reaseidnementa aur l'erreur d'dchantillonnage et d'autres explications.
S
EI1U CATIONALATTAIN1ENT
NIVEAU DE SCOLARITE
MAY - 1971 - MAI
rcgarding education are added to the
r.'gu1ar Labour Force Survey. This article
is a report on the data from the SuppiemenurveofMayl97L conducted in conjunction with the Census Division of Statistics
Canada. The question asked "What is the
highest grade or year of schooling ever attended?" This phraseology is a departure
from previous questions asked about educational attainment. In past Supplementary
Surveys, the question asked "How far did this
person go in school?" and giving answer categories according to the type of institution
attended such as 'No schooling", "Elementary
school (some, finished)", "High school or
secondary school (some, finished)" and "College or University (some, degree)". However,
change from this "institution attended" approach was needed because of the growing
problems in defining "elementary" and "secondary" schools.
De temps a autre, des questions supplémentaires touchant l'dducation sont ajoutées a l'enquête habituelle sur la main-d'oeuvre. Cet article
porte sur les rdsultats de l'enquete supplémentaire
de mai 1971 mende conjointement avec la Division dii
recensement de Statistique Canada. La question
dtait la suivante: "Quelle est la classe ou l'annde
la plus avancée que cette personne a atteinte au
cours de ses etudes?" Cette formulation s'eloigne
des anciennes questions sur le niveau de scolarité.
Auparavant Is question était formulée conune suit:
"A quel degre d'instruction est parvenue cette
personne?" et les possibilités de réponses corre8pondaient au genre d'établissement fréquente:
"Aucune scolaritd", "Cours éléinentaire (non terminé, termind)", "Cours secondaire (non terminé,
terniind)", et "College ou Universitd (non termind,
diplötne)". Ii a cependant fallu abandonner cette
approche par établissement d'enseignement étant
donné la difficultd croissante de définir l'école
"primaire" et l'école "secondaire".
It should be noted that while this May
1971 question design is an improvement over
the past ones, further revision is in progress
in developing a standard question on educational attainment. This new question, once
iopted, will be retained for several years
come in order to facilitate better compai- .ihility of education data for analysis and
'recasting in the future.
Ii convient de souligner que Ce nouveau iibelle de mai 1971 ne constitue qu'une premire amelioration et que le bureau poursuit actuelletnent
ses efforts pour mettre au point une nouvelle question-type sur le niveau de scolarité. Une fois
adoptde, cette nouvelle question sera retenue pour
plusieurs anndes; cela facilitera d'autant les cornparaisons entre les données sur l'éducation destinées A l'analyse et aux previsions.
The main findings of the May 1971 Supplementary Survey are presented in the following Tables and Charts. In Table Si, note
the relationship between educational attainment and the unemployment rate (i.e. as nre
schooling is undertaken, the unemployment
rate declines). However, this inverse relationship does not hold for women, who have a
lower participation rate than men, especially
anng those with less education. Charts S2
and S3, giving unemployment rates and participation rates suggest further that as a higher
level of schooling is attained, the higher is
the participation rate.
Les principales conclusions de l'enquête de
mai 1971 sont données dans les tableaux et les
graphiques qui suivent. A noter au Tableau Sl Ia
correlation entre le niveau de scolarité et le taux
de chômage (plus le niveau de scolarité s'dlève,
plus le taux de chômage diminue). Cependant ce rapport inversement proportionnel ne tient pas pour
les femmes, dont le taux d'activité est plus faible que celui des bonuses en particulier chez celles
qui ont moms de scolarité. Les graphiques S2 et S3
qui donnent les taux de chémage et les taux d'activité suggèrent l'existence d'un rapport directement
proportlonnel entre le niveau de scolarité et le
taux d'activité.
In general, these findings of direct
relationship between more schooling and
higher participation rate and more schooling
and lower unemployment rate are also reflected
on a regional basis as indicated in Table S3.
Ces deux correlations entre un niveau d'éducation dlevé et un haut taux d'activité et entre
un niveau d'éducation élevé et in taux réduit de
chômage sont observables sur le plan regional amsi que le montre le Tableau S3,
Table S2 shows the educational attainment of the employed by their occupation.
Le Tableau S2 donne le niveau de scolarité
des personnes employees en fonction de Ia profess ion.
Table S4 shows the level of educational
Ltainment by region and age, while Chart S4
ives the percentage distribution by level of
riucation and region.
La Tableau S4 donne le niveau de scolarité
atteint par region et par age tandis que le graphique 4 indique la repartition en pourcentage selon
le niveau de scolaritd et la region.
1.
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TABLE SI. Labour Force Characteristics by Level of Education and Sex, Caned.
TABLEAU SI. Caractérisciques de la main-d'oeuvre scion Is nivesu d'tnscruction et La
May - 1971 - Mat
Population
14 year. of
age and over
Labour
force
Employed
Population
egée de 14
Maind'oeuvre
Fersonnes
employees
am et plus
thousands
-
linenployed
Participatton rate
UnemploymanE rate
Chômeurs
Taux
d'acttvitd
Taux de
chfmage
million
per cent - pourcextage
Total
Both sexes - Les deux sexes ....................
Men - Bonenes .................................
IJomen - Femaes ...............................
15,344
7,601
7.743
8,627
5,832
2,795
8,084
5,428
2,656
543
404
139
56.2
76.7
36.1
6.3
6.9
5.0
4,800
2.439
2,361
2,229
1,715
514
2.064
1,570
694
165
145
20
46.4
70.3
21.8
7.4
8.5
3.9
8,008
3,808
4,200
4,548
2,939
1,609
4,265
2,742
1.524
283
198
85
56.8
77.2
38.3
6.2
6.7
5.3
2,536
1,353
1,182
1,850
1,177
672
1,755
1,116
638
95
61
34
72.9
87.0
56.9
5.
5.2
5.
Grade 8 or under - ge anode ou moms
Both sexes - Lea deux sexes ....................
Men - Bomees .................................
Women - Femaes ...............................
Grade 9-13 - 9° 1 13 annde
Both sexes - Leo deux sexes ....................
Men - Idotsmeo .................................
W mrn - Fees ...............................
University and other post seceedorv - UnIverattd
et autres etudes postsecondasres
Both sexes - Len deux sexes ....................
Men - Hoemes .................................
Women - Fes ...............................
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, tnt irnatlon on sampling error, and other explanatory material.
des definitIons, des renseignements sur l'erreur d' 1chantillonnage et d'autres explication..
-
Lee notes eotneencant 1 Is page 57 ceffi-
TABLE $2. Employment by Level of Education and Occupation, Canada
TABLEAU S2. Nombre de personnes employCes scion le niveau d'instruction et Is profession, Canada
May - 1971 - Mat
Total
Grade 8
or under
-
________________________________________________________
All occupations - Toutes professions
Managerial - Alnistrateura
Grade 9-13
-
Be anode
on mains
9e I 135
anode
thousands - milliere
University
and other
post
secondary
-
UniverattC
et autres
dEaden
postsecondo tree
.............
8,084
2,064
4,265
1,755
.....................
790
137
456
198
Professional and technical - Profensions liberales
et technictens .................................
1.148
17
257
874
Clerical - Employda de bureau
....................
1,227
80
911
236
.................................
552
84
379
89
Service and recreational - Travailleura dea services at des acttvitds rCcrdatjves ...............
548
102
Sales - Vendeurs
979
329
transport and cunlcation - Transports at
ccwzzunicattons .................................
442
161
257
24
Primary - Professions du necteur pri,saire
671
336
293
41
........
Craftsmen, production process and related
workers - Ouvriers de métIer, artisans, ouvrirrs
de Is production or travailleuru assimiléa
Labourers and unskilled workera (not in primary
industries) - Manoeuvres et travailleurs non
apdclaliséa (oauf industries prinniren) ........
See notes beginning on page 31 for definition., ml DIrtIon On..inpl 1n.,r ror,,.ndotherrnptanatory necerl...- Les no Las conrcoçantDIO pa5e 57 cOst iennent
des definition., des renseignements cur l'erreur d' Cshantiiloonage et d'.utres explication..
S
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LE S3. Labour Force Characteristics by Level of Education and Region
:..rractiriatiques de lain-d'oere selon le niveau d'instruction et is region
May - 1971 - Mai
Population
14 years
Participa- Uneniployof ageLabour
and overforceEmployed Unemployed tion rate ment rate
Population Main-Personnes ChômeursTauxTaux de
d'activitéchômage
agie de 14 d'oeuvre employees
ans et
plusI
per cent - pourcentage
thousands - inilliers Canada
Total ................................................
15,3448,6278,08454356.26.3
Grade 8 or under - 8e annde ou moms ...............
Grade 9-13 - 9e13e année ........................
University and other post-secondary - Universitd et
autres etudes postsecondaires ....................
4 , 8002,2292,06416546.47.4
8 , 0084,5484,26528356.86.2
2 ,53 61,8501,7559572.95.1
Atlantic Region - Region de 1 'Atlantigue
Total ...............................................
1,401
676
624
52
48.3
7.7
Grade 8 or under - 8e année ou moms ..............
Grade 9-13 - 9e 1 13e annfe .......................
University and other post-secondary - UniversitC et
autres etudes postsecondaires ...................
519
669
211
319
189
299
22
21
40.7
47.7
10.4
6.6
213
146
136
9
68.5
6.2
4,353
2,376
2,180
19654.68.2
1,732
1,915
813
1,045
728
960
8546.910.5
8454.68.0
706
518
492
2773.45.2
Total ...............................................
5,550
3,237
3,06217558.35.4
Grade 8 or under - 8 0 année ou moms ..............
Grade 9-13 - 9e13e annCe .......................
University and other post-secondary - Université et
autres etudes postsecondaires ...................
1,532
3 2 105
723
1,835
6893447.24.7
1,72810759.15.8
914
680
6453574.45.1
Total ...............................................
2,453
1,436
1,377
59
58.5
4.1
Grade 8 or under - 8e artnée ou mains ..............
Grade 9-13 - e A 13e année .......................
University and other post-secondary - Universitd et
autres etudes postsecondaires ...................
678
1,345
332
794
320
759
12
34
49.0
59.0
3.6
4.3
430
311
298
12
72.3
3.9
Total................................................
1,587
902
841
61
56.8
6.8
Grade 8 or under - 8e annee ou moms ...............
Grade 9-13 - 9e i 13e annde ........................
339
976
150
556
138
519
12
37
44.2
57.0
8.0
6.7
University and other post-secondary - Université et
autresetudespostsecondaires ....................
272
195
184
12
71.7
6.2
S
Grade 8 or under - 8e année ou moms ..............
Grade 9-13 - ge13e année .......................
University and other post-secondary - Université et
autrea etudes poatsecondaires ...................
On La rio
Prairie Region - Region des Prairies
British Columbia - Colombie-Britannigue
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, information on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Les notes
consnençant A Is page 57 contiennent des definitions, des renseigneinents sur l'erreur d'échantillonnage et d'autres explications.
54
TABLE S4. Population 14 years and over by Level of Education, Age, and Regi
TABLEAU S4. Population ágée de 14 ans et plus scion le niveau d'instruction, l'âge e'
May - 1971 - Mai
Grade 8 or
under
Total
Grade 9-13
gel3e
anode
Be année
ou moms
thousands
-
University and
other postsecondary
Universitd et
autres etudes
postsecondaires
milliers
Canada
Total
..................................................
14-24 years - ans
25-44 years - ans
45 years and over - ans et plus
....................................
....................................
......................
15,344
4,800
8,008
2,536
4,420
5,327
5,597
597
1,456
2,748
3,053
2,794
2,162
770
1,078
687
1,401
519
669
213
492
402
508
118
125
276
289
201
179
85
76
53
1,307
1,570
1,476
209
624
900
863
640
411
235
306
165
5,550
1,532
3,105
914
1,487
1,994
2,069
161
462
909
1,077
1,134
694
250
398
266
Atlantic Region - Region de 1'Atlantigue
Total
..................................................
14-24 years - ans
25-44 years - ans
45 years and over - ans et plus
....................................
....................................
......................
Québec
Total
.................................................
14-24 years - ans
25-44 years - ens
45 years and over - ans et plus
....................................
....................................
......................
Ontario
Total
..................................................
14-24 years - ens
25-44 years - ans
45 years and over - ens et plus
....................................
....................................
......................
Prairie Region - Region des Prairies
Total
..................................................
14-24 years - ens
25-44 years - ans
45 years and over - ens et plus
....................................
....................................
......................
2,4536781,345430
721
788
945
69
157
453
518
452
375
134
179
116
1,587
339
976
27
413
574
600
41
87
211
306
367
302
11;
8;
British Coltmthia - Colombie-Britannigue
Total
..................................................
14 -24 years - ans
25-44 years - ens
45 years and over - ens et plus
....................................
....................................
......................
See notes beginning on page 57 for definitions, informat Lon on sampling error, and other explanatory material. - Lea OoLes
cossnençant ii Ia page 57 contiennent des definitions, des renseignements sur l'erreur d'dchantillonnage et d'autres explica
tions.
CHART S-I GRAPI-IIOUE
S-I
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF THE EMPLOYED AND UNEMPLOYED BY LEVEL OF EDUCATION,
CANADA, MAY 1971
RPARTITION EN POURCENTAGE DES PERSONNES EMPLOYES ET DES CHÔMEURS,SELON
LE NIVEAU D'INSTRUCTION,CANADA, MAP 1971
UNEMPLOYED
CHÔMEURS
EMPLOYED PERSON NES EMPLOYEES
UNIVERSITY
0TH ER
POTSC0NDAR
2I.7% GRAOEBORUNOER
30
SeANNESOUMOINS
40/0
/
E913
94 13' ANNEE
/
CHART 5-2
GRAPHIQUE S-2
UNEMPLOYMENT AND PARTICIPATION RATES BY LEVEL OF EDUCATION AND AGE,
CANADA,MAY 1971
.
TAUX DE CHÔMAGE ET D'ACTIVITSELON LE NIVEAU D'INSTRUCTION ET L'GE,
CANADA, MAI 1971
0/
TOTAL
0
I0
-
-
80-
-80
14 -2425-4-
-
70-
-70
PARTICIPATION
ACTIVITE
—
—
60-
-60
UNEMPLOYMENT
50
50
CHOMAGE
I
'°
—
-
20
In
Li Ii
-20
/Al/__
__
(2)
(3)
GRADER OR UNDER GRADE V TO 13 UNIVERSITY AND OTHER
(I)
Of ANNCE OUMOINS9A I3'ANNE
uN'vERiET:uTREs
ETUDES POSISECONDAIRES
(I)
2)
TI
(I)
(2)
(3)
UNEMPLOYMENT AND PARTICIPATION RATES BY LEVEL OF EDUCATION AND SEX, GRAPHIQUES-3
CANADA, MAY 1971
TAUX DE CHOMAGE ET D'ACTIVITIf SELON LE NIVEAU D'INSTRUCTION ET LE SEXE,
CANADA, MAI 1971
FEMALES
MALES BOTH SEXES
CHART S-3
DEUX SEXES
90-
-
8070
-
HOMMES-
FEMMES -
—80
-
-
70
-
-
PARTICIPATION
ACTIVITE
60
60-
-
UNEMPLOYMENT
CFIÔMAGE
50
-
50—
-
40—
30
20—
___
___
20
-
--
U
(I)
ri
ri _____
(2) 3
I)
1
(2) 3)
GRADE 8 08 UNDERGRADE 9103UNvER5ITYND OTHER
B'ANNEEOUMOINS904I'ANNEE
UNIVEiTEETAUTRES
ETUDES POSISECONDAIRES
GRAPNIQUE S-4
CHART S-4
PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF THE POPULATION 14 YEARS OLD AND OVER
BY LEVEL OF EDUCATION AND REGION, MAY 1971
REPARTITION EN POURCENTAGE DE LA POPULATION DE 14 ANS ET PLUS
SELON LE NIVEAU D'INSTRUCTION ET LA REGION, MAI 1971
%
70 -
60-
GRADE 8 OR UNDER - GRADE 9TO13 ge A 13e ANNE
8e ANNE OU MOINS -
UNIVERSITY AND OTHER
POST SECONDARY
-
I-
.
%
-
70
UNIVERSITE ETAUTRES
ETUDES POSTSECONDAIRES
-60
0
NOTES
NOTA
SCOpe of Labour Force Suey
Champ d'observatien do 1onquPte ear
la main-d'oeuvre
The statistics contained in this report are based on information obtained
through a sample survey of households. Interviews are carried out in about 30,000
households chosen by area, sampling methods
across the country. The Labour Force Stirvey, started in November 1945, was taken at
quarterly intervals until November 1952.
Since then it has been carried out monthly.
Estimates of employment, unemployment and
non-labour force activity refer to the specific week covered by the survey each month.
La statistique publiee ici eat fondée sur
une enquête tnenée auprbs d'environ 30,000 menages
choisis par echantillonnage aréolaire dana tout le
pays.enqute sur la main-d'oeuvre, lancée en
novembre 1945, a eu lieu h intervalles de trois
mois jusqu'à novembre 1952. Depuis lors, elle a
lieu tous les mois. Lea estimations du nombre de
personnes employdes, du nombre de chmeurs et du
nombre de personnes ne faisant pas partie de la
main-d'oeuvre portent sur la semaine de référence
de l'enqute mensuelle.
The sample used in the surveys of the
labour force has been designed to represent
all persons in the population 14 years of
age and over residing in Canada, with the
exception of the following: residents of the
Yukon and Northwest Territories, Indians
living on reserves, inmates of institutions
and members of the armed forces. These
excluded categories amount to about 3% of the
total population 14 years of age and over.
L'échantillon retertu dens lea enquêtes sur
la main-d'oeuvre représente toutes les personnes
de 14 ans et plus résidant au Canada, 1 l'exception des residents du Yukon et des Territoires du
Nord-Ouest, des Indiens vivant dana des reserves,
des pensionnaires d'institutions et des membres
des Forces armées. Ces categories exclues constituent environ 3 7. de la population totale de 14
ans et plus.
A comprehensive description of the
•design of the Labour Force Survey, can be
found in Canadian Labour Force Survey 4ethodology, Statistics Canada, Catalogue
No. 71-504, Ottawa, 1965.
Definitions and Explanations
On trouvera une explication détaillée de la
méthodologie de l'enqute sur Is main-d'oeuvre
dams Canadian Labour Force Survey - Methodology,
Statistique Canada, no 71-504 au catalogue,
Ottawa, 1965.
Definitions et explications
Labour Force
Main-d'oeuvre
The civilian labour force is composed
of that portion of the civilian noninstitutional population 14 years of age and over
who, during the reference week, were employed or unemployed.
La main-d'oeuvre civile est cc*aposée de Is
population civile disponible de 14 ans et plus
qui, au cours de Is semaine de référence, était
employee ou en ch8mage.
Employed
Personnes employees
The employed includes all persons who,
during the reference week:
Lea personnes employees comprennent toutes
lea personnes qui, au cours de la seinaine de réf érence:
a) ont fait un travail quelconque moyennant rétnunération ou en vue d'un bénif ice; ou
b) ont contribué par un travail quelconque
l'exploitation d'une ferme ou d'une entreprise exploitée par un parent membre du
ménage; ou
c) avaient un emploi, mais n'étaient pas au
travail pour cause de mauvais temps, de
maladie, d'un conflit de travail, ou de vacances, ou pour une autre raison.
(a)
did any work for pay or profit;
(b)
did any work which contributed to the
running of a farm or business operated
by a related ineither of the household;
or
had a job, but were not at work, because of bad weather, illness, industrial dispute, or vacation, or because
they were taking time off for other
reasons.
(c)
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Persons who had jobs but did not work during
the reference week and who also looked for
work are included in the unemployed as persons without work and seeking work.
Lea personnes qui avaient un etnploi mais qui n'ont
pas travaillé et ont cherché du travail au cours
de la semaine de référence sont comptées paruii les
ch8meurs I titre de personnes sans travail en
quote de travail.
Unemployed
Ch8meurs
The unemployed includes all persons
who, through the reference week:
(a) were without work and seeking work,
i.e., did not work during the reference week and were looking for work;
or would have been looking for work
except that they were temporarily ill,
were on indefinite or prolonged layoff,
or believed no suitable work was available in the community; or
Lea ch8ineurs comprennent toutes les personnes qui, durant la semaine de référence:
a) étaient sans travail et cherchaient du travail, c. --d. qui n'ont pas travaillé au
cours de la semaine de rdférence et cherchaient du travail; ou qui auraient cherché
du travail si elles n'avaient pas été ternporairement malades, en congediement d'une
durée indéterminde ou prolongée ou persuadées qu'il n'y avait pas de travail convenable pour elles dana la localite; ou
b) étaient en congediement temporaire pour
toute la semaine, c. -à-d. qui attendaient
d'etre rappelées un emploi dont elles
avaient 6t6 mises 2k pied pour moms de 30
jours.
(b) were temporarily laid off for the full
week, i.e., were waiting to be called
back to a job from which they had been
laid off for less than 30 days.
Not in the Labour Force
Non dana la main-d'oeuvre
Those not in the labour force include
all civilians 14 years of age and over (exclusive of institutional population) who are
not classified as employed or unemployed.
This category includes those: going to
school; keeping house; too old or otherwise
unable to work; and voluntarily idle or retired. Housewives, students and others who
worked part-time are classified as employed.
If they looked for work they are classified
as unemployed.
Lea personnes ne faisant pas partie de la
main-d'oeuvre comprennent toute la population civile de 14 ans et plus (sans la population des
institutions) qui n'est pas classée cone employCt
ou coinme ch8meuse. Cette categorie comprend les
personnes qui fréquentent l'école, qui tiennent
maison, qui sont trop agées ou inaptes au travail
ou qui sont retraitées ou délibérément inactives.
Lea mattresses de maison, lea dtudiants et lea
autres personnes qui ont travaillé 2L temps partiel
sont classes conune personnes employees. S'ils ont
cherché du travail, ils sont classes cnue chmeurs.
Unemployment Rate
Taux de chinage
The unemployment rate represents the
number of unemployed persons as a per cent
of the labour force. The unemployment rate
for a particular group (age, sex, marital
status, etc.) is the unemployment in that
group expressed as a per cent of the labour
force for that group. Seasonally-adjusted
rates are calculated by dividing seasonallyadjusted unemployment by the sum of seasonally-adjusted employment and seasonallyadjusted unemployment (i.e. seasonallyadjusted labour force by suimuation).
Le taux de chômage represente le nombre de
chOmeurs en pourcentage de la main-d'oeuvre. Le
taux de ch8rnage d'un groupe particulier (&ge, sexe,
état matrimonial, etc.) est le ch8mage de ce groupe
exprimé en pourcentage de la main-d'oeuvre du mme
groupe. On calcule les taux désaisonnalisés en
divisant le nombre désaisonnalisé de chômeurs par
la sonine du nombre désaisonnalisd de personnes
employees et du nombre désaisonnalisé de ch8meurs
(c. -à-d. le chiffre désaisonnalisé de la maind'oeuvre par une sonimation).
Participation Rate
Taux d'activité
The participation rate represents the
labour force as a percentage of the population 14 years of age and over. The participation rate for a particular group (age, sex,
Le taux d'activité représente la maind'oeuvre en pourcentage de la population de 14 ans
et plus. Le taux d'activité d'un groupe particuher (age, sexe, état matrimonial, etc.) eat la
.
59
•marital status, etc.) is the labour force in
that group expressed as a percentage of the
porulatjon for that group. Seasonallyadjusted participation rates are obtained by
direct adjustment (i.e. by dividing the unadjusted participation rate by the seasonal
factor).
.
main-d'oeuvre de ce groupe exprimée en pourcentage
de la population du mthne groupe. On obtient les
taux d'activité désaisonnalisés par ajustment
direct (c. -h-d. en divisant le taux d'activité non
désaisonnalisé par le facteur de désaisonnalisation).
Industry and Occupation
Branche d'activité et profession
The Labour Force Survey provides information about the occupation and industry
attachment of the employed and unemployed.
In this report, tables are given relating
to the employed by industry and occupation.
Tables giving unemployment rates by industry
and occupation are produced on a quarterly
basis. These statistics are based on the
1961 Census Classification of Occupations
and the 1960 Standard Industrial Classification.
L'enqute sur la main-d'oeuvre fournit des
renseignements sur la profession et la branche
d'activité des personnes employees et des ch8meurs.
Le present bulletin contient des tableaux relatif a
aux personnes employees par branche d'activite et
par profession. Des tableaux indiquant les taux
de ch8mage par branche d'activité et par profession sont produits tous les trois mois. Ces
statistiques sont fondées sur la Classification
des professions du recensement de 1961 et sur la
Classification type des industries de 1960.
Rounding
Arrondissement
The suns of individual items may not
always equal the total because of rounding.
Vu que lea chiffres ont été arrondis, il se
peut que lea totaux ne correspondent pas au résultat de l'addition des éléments.
Reference dates
Dates de référence
As mentioned in the first paragraph of
thesc notes, the estimates derived from the
Labour Force Survey refer to a specified
week covered by the survey each month. The
following table gives the reference weeks
for the years 1969 to 1971, inclusive.
Conine il était mentionné dans le premier
paragraphe, lea estimations tirées de l'enqute
sur la main-d'oeuvre se rapportent h une semaine
precise qui sert de référence chaque mois. Le
tableau ci-aprs indique les seinaines de référence
pour lea années 1969 h 1971 inclusivement.
1971
week ended
January
Janvier....................................... ..16
February - Février........................................ 20
March Mars.............................................. 20
April Avril............................................
17
May—Mai............................................... ..22
June Juin..............................................
19
July Juillet ...........................................24
August Aoflt............................................21
September
Septembre....................................
18
October
Octobre........................................
16
November
Novembre......................................
13
December
Décembre......................................
11
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1970
-
1969
semaines terminées
17
21
21
18
23
20
18
22
19
17
14
12
18
15
22
19
24
21
19
23
20
18
15
13
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Seasonal Adjustment
Désaisonnalisati m.
Fluctuations in economic time series
are caused by seasonal, cyclical and irregular movements. A seasonally-adjusted series
is one from which seasonal movements have
been eliminated. Seasonal movements are defined as those which are caused by regular
annual events such as climate, crop cycles,
holidays and vacation periods. It will be
noted that the seasonally-adjusted series
contains irregular as well as longer-term
cyclical fluctuations.
Les fluctuations des sért i-onu1u4quéconomiques sont causées par des mouvements saisonniers, cycliques et irréguliers. Une série désaisonnalisde est une série dont on a éliminC les
effets des mouvements saisonniers. Les mouvements
saisonniers sont ceux qul sont causes par des événements annuels réguliers comme les changements de
temperature, les cycles agricoles et les vacances.
A noter que la série désaisonnalisée contient des
fluctuations irrégulires ainsi que des fluctuations cycliques h long tenne.
The seasonal-adjustment program is a
complicated computer program which differentiates between these seasonal, trend and
irregular movements in a series over a nwnber of years and, on the basis of past movements, predicts new seasonal factors for one
year ahead. Thus, the actual computer program is carried out once a year and current
seasonal adjustments are made by dividing
the current figures by the predicted seasonal factors. The annual computer program
not only predicts new seasonal factors but
also revises the entire historic series of
seasonally-adjusted data in light of the
most recent information on changes in seasonality. These annual revisions are published each year in "Seasonally-adjusted
Labour Force Statistics" (Catalogue No.
71-201).
Le programme de désaisonnalisation est un
programme informatique complexe qui permet de
déceler les mouveinents saisonniers, tendanciels et
irreguliers au cours d'une période de plusieurs
années et, a la lumihre des mouvements passes, de
prédire de nouveaux facteurs de désaisonnalisation
pour une année it venir. Ainsi, le programme informatique mme est exécuté une fois par année; on
fait la désaisonnalisation courante en divisant
les chiffres courants par les facteurs de désaisonnalisation prédits. Le progranune informatique
annuel non seulement prédit de nouveaux facteurs
de désaisonnalisation, mais encore rectifie toute
la série chronologique des données désaisonnaliseesla lumiare des renseignements les plus récents sur les changexnents de saisonnalité. C.
rectifications sont publiées chaque année daub
"Main-d'oeuvre, statistiques desaisonnalis:
(nO 71-201 au catalogue).
Reliability of data
Fiabilité des données
Sampling Error
Erreur d' échantillonnage
The estimates in this report are
based on a sample of households. Somewhat
different figures might have been obtained
if a complete census had been taken using
the same questionnaires, interviewers, supervisors, processing, etc. as those actually used in the Labour Force Survey. This
difference is called the sampling error of
the estimates. In the design and processing
of the Labour Force Survey extensive efforts
have been made to minimize the sampling error. The sampling error (expressed as a per
cent of the estimate it refers to) is not
the same for all estimates; of two estimates
the larger one will likely have a smaller
per cent sampling error and of two estimates
of the same size the one referring to a
characteristic more evenly distributed across
the country will tend to have a smaller per
cent sampling variability. Also, estimates
relating to age and sex are usually more reliable than other estimates of comparable
size.
Les estimations présentees ici sont fondées sur un échantillon de ménages. On aurait Pu
obtenir des chiffres legarement différents si on
avait fait un recensement complet l'aide des
m&ies questionnaires, des mêmes enquêteurs, des
mêmes méthodes d'exploitation, etc. que ceux qu'on
a effectivement utilisés pour l'enqute sur la
main-d'oeuvre. Cette difference s'appelle l'erreur d'échantillonnage. Dans le plan et la mise
en oeuvre de l'enquête sur la main-d'oeuvre, rien
n'a été negligé pour réduire au minimum l'erreur
d' echantillonnage. L' erreur d' chantillonnage
(exprimée en pourcentage de l'estimation visée)
pas la même pour toutes les estimations; de
deux estimations, la plus forte comporte vraisemblablement la plus faible erreur d'échantillonnage et de deux estimations du même ordre, celle
qui porte sur la caractéristique la plus uniformément répartie présente ordinairement le pourcentage le moths élevé de variabilité due h l'échan
tillonnage. De même, les estimations relatives
l'ge et au sexe sont habituellement plus fiab1i.
que d'autres estimations de taille comparable.
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Data based on very small samples are
published and are indicated in the
t1es by (...
Lea données provenant d'échantillons trs
réduits me sont pas publiées; dans les tableaux,
elles sont remplacées par le signe ( ... ).
Non-sampling Errors
Erreur non due l'échantillotmage
Errors, which are not related to
sampling, may occur at almost every phase of
a survey operation. Interviewers may misunderstand instructions, respondents may make
errors in answering questions, the answers
may be incorrectly entered on the questionnaires and errors may be introduced in the
processing and tabulations of the data. All
these errors are called non-sampling errors.
Some of the non-sampling errors will usually
balance out over a large number of observations but systematically occuring errors
will contribute to biases. Non-sampling
errors can be reduced by a careful design of
questionnaires, intensive training and supervision of interviewers and a thorough
control of the processing operation. In
general, the more personal and more subjective inquiries are subject to larger errors.
Also, data referring to persons with less
stable labour force status will have relatively large non-sampling errors.
D'autres erreurs, qui n'ont pas trait i
l'echantillonnage, peuvent se produire presque
toutes les étapes d'une enqute. Les enquêteurs
peuvent mal comprendre les instructions, lea enqutés peuvent donner des réponses erronées, lea
réponses peuvent être mal notées sur lea questionnaires et d'autres erreurs peuvent être cornmises lors de l'exploitation et de la totalisation
des données. Toutes ces erreurs s'appellent des
erreurs non dues a l'dchantillonnage. Certaines
des erreurs non dues 1 l'échantillonnage s'annulent après un grand nombre d'observations, mais
les erreurs systématiques engendrent des biais.
11 eat possible de réduire ce genre d'erreurs par
une redaction soignée des questionnaires, par une
formation et une surveillance intensives des enquteurs et par un contr1e serrê de l'exploitation. En gdnéral, plus lea questions prennent un
caractare personnel et subjectif, plus lea erreurs
sont considdrables. De mme, les données relatives des personnes dont la situation eat moms
stable presenteront un notnbre relativeinent dlevé
d'erreurs non dues a l'echantillonnage.
I (licators of Standard Deviation
Indicateurs de l'écart type
The sampling error, as described
above, is not known. A quantity, called the
standard deviation, can however be estimated
from sample data itself. The standard deviation of an estimate is a statistical
measure of its sampling error. It also
partially measures the effect on non-sampling errors, but does not reflect any systematic biases in the data. The chances are
about 68 out of 100 that the difference
between a sample estimate and the corresponding census figure would be less than the
standard deviation. The chances are about
95 out of 100 that the difference would be
less than twice the standard deviation and
about 99 out of 100 that it would be less
than 2 1/2 times as large.
L'erreur d'échantillonnage, décrite cidessus n'est pas connue. Toutefois, ii eat possible d'estimer une quantité, appelée l'écart
partir des données mêmes du sondage. L'écart type d'une estimation eat une mesure statistique de son erreur d'échantillonnage. Ii mesure
aussi partielletnent l'effet des erreurs non dues
l'échantillonnage, mais me reflate pas les biais
systematiques. Il y a une probabilité de 68 7. qua
la difference entre une estimation fondée stir un
dchantillon et le chiffre reel correspondant soit
inférieure l'écart type. Il y a une probabilite
de 95 7. que la difference soit moms de deux fois
l'écart type at d'environ 99 7. qu'elle soit moms
de deux fois et demi l'écart type.
Alphabetic indicators of standard
deviation for all main statistics can be
found in issues of this publication prior to
September 1971. The indicators shown in
those issues are applicable to current data.
Revised indicators will be included regularly
in this publication in the near future.
On trouvera dams les numéros antdrieurs au
mois de septembre 1971 des indicateurs alphabétiques de l'écart type pour toutes les statistiques
principales. Las indicateurs qui figurent dams ces
numéros s'appliquent aux données courantes. Des
indicateurs rectifiés seront publiés regulièrement
dans la présente publication dams un avenir
prochamn.
.
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