For the first time since the war boom
began, there were more job-seekers in Canada than there were jobs. The
Government's grim statistics: 146,000 persons were looking for work
last week; 133,000 jobs needed filling. It was even worse than it
looked, for 35,000 of the vacant jobs were in the Dominion's logging
camps, while most of the unemployed were in the cities.
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