Saskatchewan is right in the middle of the provinces with November's unemployment rate, according to Statistics Canada.
Nationally, the unemployment rate is 5.9 per cent. Saskatchewan sits at 6 per cent, while the highest rate is in Newfoundland and Labrador at 14.4 per cent. Enjoying the lowest rate is British Columbia at 4.8 per cent. Across the country, there were 80-thousand more jobs in November.
That wasn't the case in Saskatchewan. From November of last year to this year, there were 55-hundred fewer jobs which is a 1 per cent decrease. Saskatoon's unemployment rate stayed the same at 7.6 per cent and Regina dropped from 5.4 per cent to 4.8 per cent.