Canadian economy lost 88,000 jobs in January - Business - CBC News
Remember in the last quarter of 2017 how the Trudeau fluffers were crowing about all the jobs created under his aegis?
Remember how I kept saying that it was a result of the lead-up to the big holiday hirings we see every year and that they were primarily part-time jobs that will disappear come the new year?
Remember how I said we'll see how it plays out come January-February? Well there you have it.
The drop in employment is also the biggest one month slide in 9 years. So basically, over 60% of the jobs that were added in November-December are now gone. And just like I said they were, almost all of those now disappeared jobs were merely part-time. This runs contrary to a previously released economic report that stated job losses for January would be around 9,000.
On the "plus" side, as the economy shed 137,000 part-time jobs in January, it did add 49,000 full-time jobs.
As for the Trudeau fluffers in here who may be wondering how I knew this would happen, it's easy. It's called paying attention instead of taking as gospel what the govt and their organs tell you to think.
This happens every year. There's a decent run on jobs during the last 2-3 months of any given year followed by big job losses in the new year as the part-timers are no longer needed for the holiday rush.