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Output per Hour Worked

Definitions

Output per hour worked: Measures the average ouput produced by the average worker in one hour. Can be on a national, industry, or sector basis.

Output: The final product of the production activity. Ouput is obtained from the combination of resources such as labour, capital, materials, services and energy.

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What Data Do We Forecast?

Available data Output per Hour Worked by Sector for Canada: (Output/Person Hour)

  • Private Non-Farm
  • Agriculture
  • Other Primary
  • Manufacturing
  • Construction
  • Utilities
  • Services
  • Services, Commercial Services
  • Services, Commercial Services, Wholesale and Retail Trade
  • Services, Commercial Services, Transportation and Warehousing
  • Services, Commercial Services, Insurance, Finance, Real Estate and Leasing
  • Services, Commercial Services, Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
  • Services, Commercial Services, Business, Building and other Support Services
  • Services, Commercial Services, Information, Culture and Recreation
  • Services, Commercial Services, Accommodation and Food Services
  • Services, Commercial Services, Other Services
  • Services, Non-Commercial Services
  • Services, Non-Commercial Services, Educational Services
  • Services, Non-Commercial Services, Health Care and Social Assistance
  • Services, Public Administration and Defence

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