Unemployment

Though high tech continues to drive up employment in Ottawa-Gatineau, the public administration sector saw its ranks thinned by 3,700 positions, while the health-care sector shed 4,800 jobs
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Slight job gains in the tech sector weren’t enough to offset losses in several other industries as Ottawa-Gatineau’s unemployment rate edged up slightly in December, Statistics Canada rep
The National Capital Region's unemployment held at 4.6 per cent in November, according to Statistics Canada
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The unemployment rate in Ottawa-Gatineau nudged up slightly in October, Statistics Canada reported Friday, as one of the region’s biggest job creators cut its payrolls.
The number of people with jobs in Ottawa-Gatineau inched up in September, reversing a three-month trend of falling payrolls.
Number of Ottawa-Gatineau residents with a job fell by 1,600 individuals last month.
Amid overall positive jobs report, tech sector sheds 2,700 jobs
Since the start of this year alone, local employers have collectively hired 21,300 net new staff.