Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau answers questions from the media in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, August 8, 2018. (REUTERS/Christinne Muschi)
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Canada added 54,000 net jobs in July, pushing the unemployment rate down 0.2 percentage points to 5.8 percent, the government said Friday.The increase in employment was driven by the public sector, and all of the new jobs were part-time, while 28,000 full-time jobs were shed in the month, said Statistics Canada.On Friday, Statistics Canada said employment rose in a number of services-producing industries: educational services; health care and social assistance; information, culture and recreation; and the "other services" industry.
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