Patterns of native employment in the Winnipeg labour market
Enquiries and Distribution, Public Affairs Division, Canada Employment and Immigration Commission, 1981 - Business & Economics - 112 pages
A study, funded by the federal Task Force on Labour Market Development, to aid in an understanding of the migration of native peoples to Winnipeg and the employment patterns of the city's native population.
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THE STUDY AREA DATA BASES AND METHODOLOGICAL
DEMOGRAPHIC COMPOSITION AND PATTERNS OF
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2nd previous job adjusted income spent analysis Canadian census tract child 1 yr city's native population created created created current residence Data Base dependency ratio dual labour market dwelling unit economic employment patterns extended or multi-generation Force Participation Rate growth head of household household types Income shortfall Indians Males Females labour force activity labour force participation lodgers major Males Females Total Manitoba Married Couples Mature oldest child Métis Metis/Non-Status Indians Males migrant population Migration Intentions migration patterns MNSI mortgage payment NATIVE AND TOTAL native employment NATIVE GROUP NATIVE HOUSEHOLD HEADS native labour force native migration Native single parents native sub-groups NININI2 Non-Status Indians occupational mobility off-reserve Older oldest child oldest child 1-11 Ottawa percent population autochtone reasons for migration Recent Migrants SEX AND NATIVE Single Parent Families Status Indians Males substantial survey Table transfer payment UNEMPLOYMENT AND LABOUR Unemployment Rate urban native population variable Winnipeg Young oldest child