Info Indicates Canadians Receiving Higher Wages

During November, the average weekly wages of non-farm payroll for employees in Canada went up in that month to $961 by 0.8 per cent from both the month before and the year 2015.


In that same period, the average hours went up from 32.8 hours a month before to 32.8 hours, despite the fact that it was down from 33 hours the previous year.


In the 12 months to November, manufacturing, educational services, healthcare and social assistance experience an increase in their wage, while 5 out of 10 of most sectors noticed an increase in their average wages.


Those in the professional working class, scientific and technical services and administrative roles and assisting service area had their wages dropped down in that same period.


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