Toronto Reclaims Almost 200,000 Jobs
14th July 2020
In June, according to the latest release from Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey, Toronto CMA reclaimed almost 200,000 jobs which were lost due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Job Postings Remain Static as Toronto Moves Towards Phase 2
23th June 2020
Overall job postings for the period of May 30 to June 12th remained relatively static and have plateaued since late May. Postings are averaging between 2,200 and 2,500 per week.
Employment Numbers Continue to Slide but Job Postings Increase
10th June 2020
According to Stats Canada’s May Labour Force Survey (LFS), Toronto CMA has now lost over 500 thousand jobs in the last three months since the COVID-19 pandemic was declared. There is some solace in the fact that the rate of job loss has declined.
Toronto Job Market Begins Recovery
27th May 2020
After two months of steep declines in total on-line job postings, data collected over the past two weeks suggest that there is reason to be cautiously optimistic about the Toronto job market. Total job postings have risen from a low of 1,329 during the week of April 11th to the 2,000 range over the first two weeks of May.
Labour Market Update – Toronto
12th May 2020
The latest Labour Force Survey (LFS) numbers are staggering but not as bad as economist’s have predicted. Employment losses related to COVID 19 and government-imposed business closures designed to slow it, cost Toronto Region over half a million jobs.