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The decline of the Alberta dream, in one chart

You have to go back nearly 30 years to find a time when the unemployment rate in Alberta was this close to the Canadian average

Your job is as safe as it has ever been. Probably safer.

There is a certain sentiment—possibly driven by nostalgia—that jobs used to be more stable
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The myth of the unemployed university graduate

New statistics counter the popular narrative
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America’s magic unemployment number

How long will it take until unemployment hits 6.5 per cent?
This may get ugly

This may get ugly

A double-dip recession is looming and there are no easy fixes for a debt-soaked global economy
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Is ’Outsourced’ really that offensive?

It depends who you ask. But even if it isn’t racist, that doesn’t mean it’s enlightened.