10 year absenteeism trends in Canada

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Provincial Comparison: Total, days lost (excluding maternity leave) – 2011
Both sexes/Total, all industries/15 years and over

 Days:

2001-11

% Change

Saskatchewan

 11.0

11.1%

New Brunswick

 10.8

5.9%

Quebec

 10.8

18.7%

Nova Scotia

 10.8

11.3%

Manitoba

 10.2

8.5%

Newfoundland and Labrador

 10.2

17.2%

British Columbia

 9.9

2.1%

Prince Edward Island

 9.9

30.3%

Canada

 9.3

9.4%

Ontario

 8.3

9.2%

Alberta

 7.9

-3.7%

 

Gender Split: Total, days lost (excluding maternity leave) – 2011
15 years and over

Males

Females

Variance

Total, all industries

7.7

11.4

48%

Professional, scientific and technical services

4.4

7.8

77%

Information, culture and recreation

6.9

11

59%

Public administration

10

15.8

58%

Finance, Insurance, real estate and leasing

6.4

10.1

58%

Transportation and warehousing

11

17.2

56%

Services-producing sector

7.6

11.7

54%

Trade

6.4

9.8

53%

Utilities

6.5

9.9

52%

Accommodation and food services

6

8.8

47%

Health care and social assistance

10.5

14.7

40%

Educational services

7.7

10.5

36%

Business, building and other support services

8.9

12.1

36%

Manufacturing

8.5

10.7

26%

Goods-producing sector

7.9

9.9

25%

Construction

7.5

9

20%

Other services

6.4

6.6

3%

Agriculture

7.9

7.6

-4%

Forestry, fishing, mining, quarrying, oil and gas

7.2

6.4

-11%

 

By Industry: Total, days lost (excluding maternity leave) – 2011
Both sexes
15 years and over

 Days:

01-11 % Change

Total, all industries

9.3

9.4%

Public administration

12.8

25.5%

Business, building and other support services

10.1

24.7%

Transportation and warehousing

12.3

21.8%

Information, culture and recreation

8.6

14.7%

Services-producing sector

9.7

14.1%

Professional, scientific and technical services

5.8

13.7%

Finance, Insurance, real estate and leasing

8.5

13.3%

Health care and social assistance  14.0

9.4%

Educational services

9.4

9.3%

Agriculture

7.8

6.8%

Manufacturing

9.1

5.8%

Trade

7.9

5.3%

Accommodation and food services

7.6

4.1%

Other services

6.5

0.0%

Goods-producing sector

8.3

-2.4%

Utilities

7.3

-7.6%

Construction

7.6

-10.6%

Forestry, fishing, mining, quarrying, oil and gas

7.1

-21.1%

 

By Occupation: Total, days lost (excluding maternity leave)
Both sexes
15 years and over

 Days:

01-11 % Change

Total, all occupations

9.3

9%

Other management occupations

7

43%

Financial, secretarial and administrative occupations

9.5

40%

Management occupations

6.8

39%

Occupation in protective services

11.9

37%

Business, finance and administrative occupations

10.1

22%

Clerical occupations, including supervisors

11.2

20%

Occupations in art, culture, recreation and sport

7.3

18%

Other trades occupations

10.1

13%

Technical, assisting and related occupations in health

14.9

12%

Labourers in processing, manufacturing and utilities

13.7

11%

Chefs and cooks, and occupations in food and beverage service

7.7

10%

Health occupations

14.1

9%

Professional occupations in business and finance

7.5

9%

Sales and service occupations

9.3

8%

Wholesale, technical, insurance and retail, wholesale buyers

5.2

6%

Childcare and home support workers

10.6

5%

Occupations unique to processing, manufacturing & utilities

10.8

5%

Professional occupations in health and nurses

12.9

4%

Sales and service occupations nec

11.3

4%

Trades, transport and equipment operators

9.9

2%

Machine operators and assemblers in manufacturing

10.1

2%

Trades helpers, construction, and transportation labourers

10.5

2%

Senior management occupations

4.7

0%

Natural and applied sciences and related occupations

5.8

0%

Occupations in social science, education, government service

8.9

0%

Occupations in social science, government service and religion

9.8

0%

Teachers and professors

8

0%

Retail salespersons, sales clerks, cashiers

8.6

-1%

Construction trades

9.2

-2%

Transport and equipment operators

10.8

-3%

Occupations unique to primary industry

7.7

-16%

Contractors and supervisors in trades and transportation

6.4

-20%

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