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Side menu bar Catalogue number 75-001-XIE Latest issue Studies

Perspectives on Labour and Income

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June 2008 (Vol. 9, no. 6)

  • Fathers use of paid parental leave
  • Changes in family wealth

May 2008 (Vol. 9, no. 5)

  • Life after teenage motherhood
  • Low-income children

April 2008 (Vol. 9, no. 4)

  • Retiring together, or not
  • Work-related training
  • Running a census in a tight labour market

March 2008 (Vol. 9, no. 3)

  • Hours polarization revisited

February 2008 (Vol. 9, no. 2)

  • RRSP investments
  • Earnings in the last decade

January 2008 (Vol. 9, no. 1)

  • Immigrants in the hinterlands
  • The dynamics of housing affordability

December 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 12)

  • Work stress and job performance
  • Returning to the job after childbirth

November 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 11)

  • Pensions and retirement savings of families
  • Depression at work

October 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 10)

  • Economic integration of immigrants children

September 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 9)

  • High-income Canadians
  • Spending patterns in Canada and the U.S.

August 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 8)

  • Participation of older workers
  • Public pensions and work

July 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 7)

  • Life after high tech

June 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 6)

  • Labour inputs to non-profit organizations
  • Trends and seasonality in absenteeism
  • Working at home: An update

May 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 5)

  • The busy lives of teens
  • Fuelling the economy

April 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 4)

  • Payday loans

March 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 3)

  • Literacy and employability
  • GDP and employment growth

February 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 2)

  • Young pensioners
  • Defining retirement

January 2007 (Vol. 8, no. 1)

  • Canada's unemployment mosaic, 2000 to 2006
  • The Aboriginal labour force in Western Canada

December 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 12)

  • Revisiting wealth inequality
  • Work hours instability

November 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 11)

  • Balancing career and care
  • Measuring housing affordability

October 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 10)

  • Earnings instability
  • Training through the ages

September 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 9)

  • The core-age labour force

August 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 8)

  • Increased work stoppages
  • Wives as primary breadwinners

July 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 7)

  • Converging gender roles
  • Is the workplace becoming safer?

June 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 6)

  • Education and earnings
  • The GST credit

May 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 5)

  • Screening job applicants
  • Unemployment since 1971

April 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 4)

  • Cracking the RRSP nest egg
  • On sick leave

March 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 3)

  • Does it pay to go back to school?
  • Who gets student loans?

February 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 2)

  • Aging, health and work
  • Disability in the workplace

January 2006 (Vol. 7, no. 1)

  • Recent changes in employment by industry
  • On the road again
  • The labour market in 2005
  • Trusteed pension plans

December 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 12)

  • Education and income of lone parents
  • Shifts in spending patterns of older Canadians

November 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 11)

  • Youth and the labour market

October 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 10)

  • Who's missing out on the GIS?

September 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 9)

  • Out-of-pocket spending on prescription drugs
  • Post-retirement employment

August 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 8)

  • Collective bargaining priorities

July 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 7)

  • Who gains from computer use?
  • Job strain and retirement

June 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 6)

  • Whither the workweek?
  • How Canada compares in the G8

May 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 5)

  • Business support services
  • Looking, and looking, for work

April 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 4)

  • Diverging trends in unionization
  • Escaping low earnings

March 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 3)

  • Spenders and savers
  • Property taxes relative to income

February 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 2)

  • The rising profile of women academics
  • The labour market in 2004

January 2005 (Vol. 6, no. 1)

  • Earnings of temporary versus permanent employees

December 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 12)

  • Duration of non-standard employment
  • Using RRSPs before retirement

November 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 11)

  • Employment trends in nursing
  • 2002 income: An overview

October 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 10)

  • Low-paid workers: How many live in low-income families?
  • Retaining older workers

September 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 9)

  • The sandwich generation
  • Wealth inequality by province

August 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 8)

  • The union movement in transition

July 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 7)

  • Saving for postsecondary education
  • Housing costs of elderly families

June 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 6)

  • Immigrants: Settling for less?
  • Shifts in consumer spending

May 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 5)

  • Low income in census metropolitan areas
  • Income replacement among recent widows

April 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 4)

  • Sidelined in the labour market
  • Low income among immigrants and visible minorities

March 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 3)

  • Minimum wage workers
  • Permanent layoff rates

February 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 2)

  • More seniors at work
  • The near-retirement rate

January 2004 (Vol. 5, no. 1)

  • The labour market in 2003
  • Retirement plan awareness
  • A C/QPP overview

December 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 12)

  • Fighting the odds
  • Health care professionals

November 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 11)

  • Finances in the golden years
  • High-techtwo years after the boom

October 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 10)

  • Family wealth across the generations
  • Precarious jobs: A new typology of employment

September 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 9)

  • Seasonal work and Employment Insurance use

August 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 8)

  • Unionization and the grievance system
  • Who pays for domestic help?

July 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 7)

  • Information technology workers
  • Property taxes

June 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 6)

  • Sources of workplace stress
  • Productivity and prosperity in the information age

May 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 5)

  • Benefits of the job
  • Health-related insurance for the self-employed

April 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 4)

  • Volunteering on company time

March 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 3)

  • Benefiting from extended parental leave
  • New maternity and parental benefits
  • Taking stock of equity compensation

February 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 2)

  • The retirement wave
  • Quality of jobs added in 2002

January 2003 (Vol. 4, no. 1)

  • 2002 - A good year in the labour market
  • Profiling RRSP contributors
  • 2000 income: An overview

December 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 12)

  • The labour market: Up north, down south
  • Older workers and the labour market
  • Men 55 and older: Work or retire?

November 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 11)

  • Cumulative earnings among young workers
  • Earnings over time
  • Income and wealth

October 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 10)

  • Family spending power

September 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 9)

  • Approaching retirement
  • Union wage premium

August 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 8)

  • Unionization and fringe benefits

July 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 7)

  • Families on the financial edge
  • Falling behind
  • Better jobs in the new economy?

June 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 6)

  • Housing: An income issue
  • Pensions: Immigrants and visible minorities

May 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 5)

  • Seniors at work

April 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 4)

  • Duration of multiple jobholding
  • High-tech boom and bust

March 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 3)

  • Barriers to job-related training

February 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 2)

  • Wealth inequality
  • Farmers leaving the field

January 2002 (Vol. 3, no. 1)

  • The labour market: Year-end review 2001

December 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 12)

  • The male-female wage gap
  • Private pension savings, 1999

November 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 11)

  • Trends in part-time job search
  • 1999 income: an overview

October 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 10)

  • After the layoff
  • The labour market in the week of September 11

September 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 9)

  • Early retirement trends
  • Evolution of the Canadian workplace: work from home

August 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 8)

  • Time lost due to industrial disputes

July 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 7)

  • Who contributes to RRSPs? A re-examination
  • Liberal arts degrees and the labour market

June 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 6)

  • Low income intensity: urban and rural families

May 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 5)

  • Working with computers

April 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 4)

  • Repeat users of employment insurance
  • Trends in part-time work

March 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 3)

  • Experiencing low income for several years

February 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 2)

  • Demography and the labour market

January 2001 (Vol. 2, no. 1)

  • The Labour Market: year end review
  • Recent trends in taxes internationally

December 2000 (Vol. 1, no. 3)

  • Incomes of younger retired women: the past 30 years

November 2000 (Vol. 1, no. 2)

  • Part-time by choice
  • Income inequality within provinces

October 2000 (Vol. 1, no. 1)

  • In for the long term: pension plans offered by employers


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