A resources-reliant economy that's steadily adding hundreds of thousands of jobs to push its unemployment rate down -- while its workers put up with the worst wages growth since 1998. Say hello to ... Canada.
Yep, the Canadians are in the same boat as us. According to the June jobs report in Canada, unemployment fell there to 6.5%, over 350,000 jobs had been created during the year (most of them full time). But wages in the year to March grew by just 1.1% -- the lowest level of growth since 1998.