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This report does not reflect the views of the sponsor and is solely the responsibility of the Toronto Workforce Innovation Group. [...] Yet our make up this disturbing picture are the lack of coordination collective ability to attract and keep newcomers, youth, and among the many levels of government whose economic and families is shrinking due to dramatically rising property values, social policies impact Toronto and the frequent policy and growing income disparity and the lack of affordable housing. [...] The city 2007, we examined Labour Force Survey and other relevant was in the midst of a decade of strong economic develop- data for both the City of Toronto and the Toronto CMA2. [...] Beneath the layers of statistics about part-time and full-time Full-time Work work, there is a suggestion that labour markets in Canada are Regardless of the debate about the long-term trends in encountering higher levels of “churn”, or turnover of employees, employ ment and precarity of work, Labour Force Survey than in the past. [...] While no average hours worked by an employed individual in the City Toronto data is publicly available for local labour market “churn”, the Conference Board of Canada reports that since the end of Toronto declined slightly9 from 2007, while the percentage of the recession in 2010, involuntary turnover has declined of the labour force working part-time has only increased by while voluntary turnover



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