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Employment Indicators: April 2022

Employment indicators provide an early indication of changes in the labour market.

Key facts

Changes in the seasonally adjusted filled jobs for the April 2022 month (compared with the March 2022 month) were:

  • all industries – up 0.6 percent (14,173 jobs) to 2.29 million filled jobs.
  • primary industries – up 0.6 percent (638 jobs)
  • goods-producing industries – up 0.4 percent (1,871 jobs)
  • service industries – up 0.6 percent (11,066 jobs).

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