You can’t find an easy job in Toronto anymore

You can only find an easier job in the city of Toronto.

A lot of people have moved to the suburbs.

They have jobs they enjoy, they have friends they love, they are happy.

They live in their own bubbles.

But for the vast majority of people in Toronto, that’s the case.

In fact, there are now only about 1,000 more people in the GTA than when the city first started growing more slowly in the 1990s.

There’s also been an increase in the number of people moving into Toronto for work, as many people have left the city for greener pastures.

That trend has accelerated in the past few years.

For years, Toronto’s unemployment rate was among the highest in the country, with more than half the population unemployed.

But that’s changing, according to Statistics Canada.

Since the beginning of the year, the city’s jobless rate has fallen from a high of 5.3 per cent to 4.9 per cent.

And while that’s an improvement, the overall unemployment rate is still about twice as high as it was in 2010.

The city’s unemployment rates are the second highest in Canada, behind only Regina.

But the numbers don’t tell the whole story.

The average annual wage in Toronto is now $46,400, up from $37,000 in 2010, according the latest Statistics Canada figures.

That means that for every hour worked, an average person is earning $9,000.

That’s more than twice as much as in the rest of Canada.

That income, combined with higher housing prices, means that Toronto’s median household income has increased by nearly $4,000 over the past three years.

The median income in Ontario is now more than $30,000, and in the U.S., it’s more then $41,000 for a family of four.

Toronto’s average income is the third highest in North America.

And Toronto is far from alone.

In a country that prides itself on being an economic superpower, the numbers are grim.

In recent years, Ontario has been hit hard by the decline of manufacturing and the construction industry, the closure of many schools, and the drop in the rate of economic growth.

But there is another factor that’s also weighing on the economy: Ontario’s aging population.

Ontario’s population grew by 6.3 million people in 2016, according a new report from the Ontario Municipal Board.

And the number is expected to keep rising, reaching about 25 million by 2045.

Ontario is not the only province where people are living longer.

In 2017, the average age in Ontario was 59, the lowest in Canada.

And as people age, they will also be making fewer health-care visits, the Ontario government said.

It’s an inevitable reality, as the province struggles to find enough workers to meet its needs.

In an interview, Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, a member of Toronto’s city council, said she thinks many of the problems with the city are due to the decline in the manufacturing sector.

The province is making sure that people who have moved away from the city have the ability to find jobs in other cities, and she said it’s also making sure people who are retiring in the middle of their working lives are able to find a place.

She added that she believes the city needs to do a better job of attracting and training new talent to fill jobs in the future.

“If we can’t attract and keep the best and brightest from the labour market, then we’re going to be a little bit behind,” Wong-Tam said.

“And that’s something we’re seeing right now in the economy, and it’s not good for our young people, it’s bad for our economy.”

That means more work for the unemployed.

Many people, like Mr. Smith, are finding that they don’t have a choice but to work more hours.

But if they’re not able to, they may find it harder to find work.

A few weeks ago, he and his co-workers were busy in a construction job.

“I’m not sure how long we’re doing this,” Mr. Schaeffer said.

But when he got home, Mr. Singh said he was looking forward to another day.

“We’ve been working for so long.

We want to be back here in a couple of months.

That day is coming.”