Government of Alberta

10 datasets found
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    Alberta Activity Index data table

    The Alberta Activity Index (AAX) closely tracks economic activity. Developed by Alberta Treasury Board and Finance, it is a weighted average of nine monthly indicators (employment, average weekly earnings, retail trade, wholesale trade, manufacturing, new truck sales, housing starts, rigs...
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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    Unemployment Rate

    The number of people who are unemployed as a percentage of the active labour force (i.e. employed and unemployed).
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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    Employment

    The number of people who worked for pay or profit, performed unpaid domestic work, or had a job but were not able to work due to legitimate absence
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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    Monthly Labour Force Statistics

    Provides statistics on the labour force, employment and unemployment by province
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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    Employment Insurance

    The number of Employment Insurance beneficiaries represents a count of persons who qualified for unemployment insurance benefits.
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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    Average Weekly Earnings

    Average weekly earnings are derived by dividing total weekly earnings (including overtime earnings) by the number of employees. This data is compiled from the Survey of Employment, Payrolls and Hours which is a business census of non-farm payroll employees.
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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    Labour Force Statistics by Economic Region

    Provides statistics on the labour force, employment and unemployment by economic region
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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    Employment Insurance Beneficiaries Receiving Regular Benefits, Alberta

    This Alberta Official Statistic describes the monthly number of Albertans receiving Employment Insurance (EI) regular benefits. The number of beneficiaries represents a count of persons who qualified for employment insurance benefits during the Labour Force Survey reference week, usually...
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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    Job Vacancies

    A position is considered "vacant" if it meets all three of the following conditions: a specific position exists; work could start within 30 days; and the employer is actively seeking employees from outside the organization to fill the position. Data is based on a three month moving average.
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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    Labour Force Statistics by Industry (NAICS)

    Provides statistics on the labour force, employment and unemployment by province and Industry
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    Government of Alberta
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    Government of Alberta
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