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Statistics Canada released its average weekly earnings data of Canadian non-farm payroll employees on Thursday. Average weekly earnings of Canadian non-farm payroll employees increased 1.6% in July year-on-year.
Weekly earnings rose C$957 in July from C$954 a year earlier.
The increase was driven by wage growth, changes in the composition of employment by industry, occupation, level of job experience and average hours worked per week.
Employees in Canada worked an average 33.0 hours per week in July, unchanged from both the previous month and from the same month a year earlier.
Total non-farm employment climbed by 38,200 month-on-month in July.
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