B.C.'s labour market continues gathering strength as earnings rise(Business In Vancouver, article by Bryan Yu, Central 1's deputy chief economist) British Columbia's labour market showed further signs of tightening, with a firming of average weekly earnings (AWE) in May. Wage earnings rose 0.5% from April and 2.5% from same-month 2016 to $940, outpacing the national performance on both counts. Since late 2016, weekly earnings growth has tracked at an annualized pace of 2% to 3%.
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