On Friday, Statistics Canada reported that the Canadian economy created an impressive 61,000 new jobs in September. The result was sufficiently positive to trim the unemployment rate to a three-year low of 7.1 per cent.
For many, the news was seen as a sign that after two months of little employment growth, the Canadian economy was back on track despite fears that the economy was tipping back towards recession. Dig a little deeper into the numbers, however, and the headline may not be as positive as it first appears.
Read more: Huffington Post 
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