Employment in Canada rose 94.1 by thousand in November 2018, after a 11.2 thousand increase in the previous month and well above market expectations of 11 thousand. It was the biggest jobs gain on record. Job creation advanced in both full-time positions (+89.9 thousand) and part-time (+4.1 thousand). Employment increased in six provinces, namely Quebec (+26 ,000) and Alberta (+24,000). More people were employed in professional, scientific and technical services (+26,000); health care and social assistance (+19,000); construction (+15,000); business, building and other support services (+15,000); transportation and warehousing (+9,000); and agriculture (+7,100). On the other hand, fewer people worked in information, culture and recreation (-10,000). There were more private sector employees (+79,000) in November, while there were little changed change in the number of public sector employees and the self-employed. Employment Change in Canada averaged 17.83 Thousand from 1976 until 2018, reaching an all time high of 94.10 Thousand in November of 2018 and a record low of -124.80 Thousand in January of 2009.