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Help-Wanted Index: September 2014

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 3 pages | October 2014 | Alan Arcand, Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: August 2014

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 3 pages | August 2014 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: July 2014

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 3 pages | August 2014 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: June 2014

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | June 2014 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: May 2014

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 3 pages | June 2014 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: April 2014

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | April 2014 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: March 2014

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | April 2014 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: February 2014

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | March 2014 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: January 2014

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | January 2014 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: December 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | January 2014 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: November 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | November 2013 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: October 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | November 2013 | Julie Adès, Alan Arcand | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: September 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | October 2013 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: August 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | September 2013 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: July 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | July 2013 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: June 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | June 2013 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: May 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | May 2013 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: April 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | April 2013 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: March 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | April 2013 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

Help-Wanted Index: February 2013

The Conference Board of Canada’s Help-Wanted Index is an indicator of the number of new jobs advertised online. Our empirical analysis has shown that variations in the number of jobs posted online are generally followed by similar variations in employment in the ensuing months. Thus, the index can be used to predict near-term employment trends.

Report | 2 pages | February 2013 | Julie Adès | The Conference Board of Canada

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