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Unemployment Rate

Unemployment rate is the percentage of unemployed workers in the entire labour force. It is an important indicator of labour market performance.

Data on this page is seasonally-adjusted.

Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table 14-10-0287-01 (Labour force survey estimates). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Highlights

  • Saskatchewan's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 5.1 percent, down from 6.2 percent a year ago. 

  • Saskatchewan had the third lowest unemployment rate in the country at 5.1 percent, below the national average of 5.5 percent.

For more information on Statistics Canada's release, click here.

For Regina or Saskatoon specific information, visit Economic Development Regina or SREDA webpages. 

Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table 14-10-0287-01 (Labour force survey estimates). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Released: July 19, 2019

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