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October 2004
Vol. 5, no. 10

Perspectives on Labour and Income

News from The Daily


Renewing Canada's manufacturing economy
The driving force behind job renewal in manufacturing in Canada has not been the decisions of incumbent firms to expand employment within existing plants, or their decision to establish new plants. Rather, job renewal has resulted from the decisions of new firms to establish new manufacturing plants.

Earnings of couples with high and low levels of education
The gap in earnings between couples who are highly educated and couples with much lower levels of schooling has widened considerably during the past two decades.

Neighbourhood inequality and self-perceived health status
People living in low income report somewhat better health when they share neighbourhoods with individuals who are more affluent and better educated.

Relative wage patterns among the highly educated in a knowledge-based economy
Over the last two decades, university graduates employed in high-knowledge industries saw their ranks grow much more rapidly than those employed in other industries. However, their wages did not generally increase faster.


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