2 edition of Fertility and the labour force in Canada : critical issues found in the catalog.
Fertility and the labour force in Canada : critical issues
by Institute for Research on Public Policy, Studies in Social Policy in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
Bibliography : l. 10-11.
|Statement||by Carol Vlassoff.|
|Series||Discussion paper on the demographic review -- 87.A.12|
|Contributions||Institute for Research on Public Policy. Studies in Social Policy.|
|LC Classifications||HB850.5.C2, HB850.5.C2 V6 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 leaves. --|
|Number of Pages||11|
Canada’s labour market future, one might reasonably push that estimate into the 80th percentile. The and reports published by Miner, in the People Without Jobs, Jobs Without People series, investigated the impact of the baby boomer generation exiting the workforce resulting in significant labour force shortages for Size: 2MB. Canada needs a fuller house to thrive – but population growth isn't enough. As a labour force – people whose skills and strengths can be put to work, to narrow Canada's fertility gap.
5 Labor Force Participation and Retirement. Chapter 3 discusses the aging of the U.S. population and the accompanying increase in average life expectancy. The macroeconomic implications of these demographic trends will depend in large part on the future growth of the labor force and on how long people stay in the labor force. and Labour Ministers Meeting in Washington DC in April , who recommended prioritizing education, lifelong learning, job training and skills development strategies linked to growth strategies. The wide consultations we have carried out, the body of knowledge we have examined, point to File Size: KB.
In Canada, fertility specialists generally will not accept women past their mids. At even with in vitro fertilization (IVF) treatment, the success rate is only around 40%, whether a woman uses her own eggs or the eggs of a donor. We’ll consider two countries with sub-replacement fertility: Armenia and Canada. Both have very low fertility rates of around children per woman. Both must confront the problems associated with this reality: decreased labor supply, higher labor costs, high entitlement and social welfare expenses, decreased tax revenue and so on.
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