Saskatchewan Workers Are Getting More Than Ever

Saskatchewan employees are earning more than previous to, in accordance with a new report released on 30 July 2009 by Statistics Canada. Regular weekly earnings by payroll employees in Saskatchewan are at the moment $806.66 for the first time ever.

The regular weekly earnings in Saskatchewan increased by 3.7 per cent (seasonally adjusted) in May 2009 judge against to May 2008.

While Saskatchewan is not untouched to the effects of the global economy, it continues to show well-built economic show - and the government continues to take steps to make certain that province remains strong.

Besides recording higher average earnings, Saskatchewan was furthermore one of only three provinces in Canada to record an increase in the figure of employees working, together with Manitoba and Prince Edward Island. Saskatchewan's May 2009 seasonally adjusted employment rate was up 1.6% year-over-year.

Saskatchewan government promised to decrease taxes and spend in much-needed infrastructure projects. It remains committed to ensuring Saskatchewan families have a well-built financial system and that Saskatchewan remains the top province in the country to live, work and raise a family.


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