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May 2002     Vol. 3, no. 5

Employer pension plans (trusteed pension funds), 2000 biennial census

The results of the biennial census of trusteed pension funds are now available free as a set of printed tables. These tables provide data on revenues, expenditures, and assets cross tabulated by the classification variables: contributory status, type of plan, asset size group, membership size group, type of industry, type of organization, sector, and investment decision.


Part-time university faculty, 1990-91 to 1997-98 (final)

While the number of full-time faculty fell 7.5% from 1990-91 to 1997-98, final data indicate that universities hired more part-time faculty. Enrolment was up 3.9% during the same eight-year period.


Working smarter: The skill bias of computer technologies, 1999

Companies that invest heavily in technology generally have employees who are more highly educated than workers in other businesses, according to a new study examining the link between technological investments and the education of employees.


Wives, mothers and wages: Does timing matter?, 1998

The timing of motherhood appears to have a significant bearing on the wages of Canadian women, according to a new study using data from the Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics.


Childcare services industry, 1999

The childcare services industry has been transformed over the past two decades, expanding to accommodate higher demand resulting from changes in society and the labour force.


Financial performance indicators for Canadian business, 2000

The 2000 edition of Financial performance indicators for Canadian business (FPI), Volume 1, covering medium-sized and large businesses in Canada, is now available. FPI is an authoritative reference source of key financial ratios for 144 industries.


Seasonal variation in rural employment

This analysis bulletin, the twenty-fourth in a series profiling trends in rural Canada, uses survey data to reveal the seasonal pattern of employment in rural Canada from 1996 to 2000. It is published in collaboration with the Rural Secretariat of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.


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