The number of jobs continue to fall in Saskatchewan, according to the latest from Statistics Canada.
There were 10 thousand fewer people working in the province this past November, compared to the same time last year.
The decrease comes as a result of the agriculture, mining and construction sectors been hit hard, after a downturn in the oil, gas and mining industry.
2 thousand 400 new jobs were created last month which did help the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate drop point one per cent.
November’s unemployment rate sits at 6 point 8 per cent, which is equivalent with the national average.