Work-at-home trend stays static as daily commutes get longer across Canada – BarrieToday

November 29, 2017

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Work-at-home trend stays static as daily commutes get longer across Canada
BarrieToday
FREDERICTON — More members of the workforce are cramming the country's buses, subways and highways each day, adding precious minutes to the daily commute, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday in its sixth and final batch of numbers from the 2016
Education rates, commute times and time at work all growing, census showsSurrey Now-Leader
Canadian workforce is more educated and sitting in traffic longer than ever before: 2016 censusCBC.ca

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