Percentage of respondents who have worked during the past three months.
- Short name
- Employment status
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Decent work and economic growth
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The Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) is an annual national survey carried out across the country by Statistics Canada. By using CCHS questions as outcome measures, Canadian organizations can benchmark health status of their own clientele against the population of interest in their region. Data from these surveys are made available by Statistics Canada in microdata files. The CCHS questions are available in French and English, have been extensively tested and validated by Statistics Canada, and represent a credible and widely used set of questions relevant to a broad definition of health. This question is taken from the 2016 survey.
A count of respondents who selected "Yes"
A count of respondents who answered the question
One data element. Respondents select Yes or No.
Statistics Canada. Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) 2016. Accessed 25 September 2017. http://www23.statcan.gc.ca/imdb/p3Instr.pl?Function=assembleInstr&Item_Id=260675
Surveys and interviews
CCHS 2016 Loss of Productivity (LOP) - Question identifier LOP_Q005
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