First, let's look at full time employment.
Full time employment has improved by just over a couple thousands jobs in the last half year. It looks like the majority of employment growth has been part time. This could partly explain why Saskatoon is lacking in average wage growth compared to Regina and the province as a whole.
Next, let's take a look at some of Saskatoon's labor force indicators.
So I don't think we should get ready to strap for in an even bigger boom, as the unemployment, participation and employment rates are not exactly blowing my skirt up at the moment. With that said, I believe this year, Saskatoon will set a record high for total employment, which is a great thing, but it will not be able to touch participation and employment rate highs and the unemployment rate low.