Permanent layoff rates
Between the 1980s and the 1990s, the average likelihood of being laid off did not increase substantially. But for those who did lose their jobs, what were the chances of finding a new one? The Longitudinal Worker File is used to examine separations and hirings during the period.
Key labour and income facts
Fact sheets, charts, tables and source contacts.
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