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New job numbers released by Statistics Canada show how specific industries are faring in Canada's changing economy. While construction, building services and accommodation services have all gained employees since last year, sectors like public administration and manufacturing have each lost workers. Read the full story.

The following chart tracks these changes between November 2012 and November 2013, showing the change in employees by per cent.

Change in total employees
Nov. 2012 - Nov. 2013

Public administration
-51,600 (-5.3%)
Manufacturing
-44,200 (-2.5%)
Educational services
-16,800 (-1.3%)
Other services
-2,200 (-0.3%)
Agriculture
-300 (-0.1%)
Construction
+56,900 (+4.5%)
Business, building and support services
+37,400 (+5.4%)
Accommodation and food
+36,500 (+3.3%)
Transportation and warehouse
+34,800 (+4.2%)
Professional, scientific and technical services
+32,600 (+2.5%)
Health care
+24,500 (+1.1%)
Natural resources
+17,500 (+4.8)
Finance, real estate
+16,300 (+1.5%)
Utilities
+9,800 (+6.6%)
Information, culture
+6,600 (+0.8%)
Graphics by Carrie Cockburn

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