Job growth seemingly mocks central banks

Central bankers won't be loving Friday's employment numbers.

Canada created an overspicy 41,000 jobs in April, doubling up the consensus forecast (which is wrong 4 out of 5 times, by the way, reports Scotiabank). Immigration-fuelled population growth distorts employment gains, so potent job creation isn't as inflationary as one might think.

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