Changes in the labour force for selected age groups, (thousands), Quebec, 1976-2010
Highlight: Since the beginning of the 2000s, the number of persons aged 55 and over in the labour force has steadily increased, even exceeding the 15-24 age group. Source: Statistics Canada, Labour Force Chronological Review, 71F0004XVB, 2010
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