The jobs report followed a decision by the Bank of Canada earlier this week to keep its key interest rate on hold at 1.75 per cent, where it has been set for more than a year.
The loss in jobs came as both full-time and part-time employment moved lower.
Employment growth was also boosted by a gain of 60,200 healthcare workers. It was expected that 10,000 positions would be added in November, according to the consensus estimate of economists surveyed by Bloomberg.
Job gains for the two previous months were revised up by a total of 41,000.
The 40-day strike by about 46,000 workers at GM plants in MI and Kentucky restricted employment gains to 156,000 jobs in October.
Manufacturing activity contracted for a fourth month in a row in November. -China trade war is reached or are struggling to find workers with unemployment so low.
US private hiring slows sharply in November: ADP
The decline came amid an even split from natural resources/mining, construction, and manufacturing. Overall, economists expect the labor market to cool down as economic growth is now slowing.
Report of active shooter at Naval Air Station Pensacola
Authorities say an active shooter is dead after opening fire on multiple people Friday at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola. Two civilians naval employees were killed and a third injured before Romero apparently shot and killed himself.
Though Washington and Beijing are working on a "phase one" trade deal, the United States has ratcheted up tensions with other trade partners including Brazil, Argentina and France. Statistics Canada says the economy lost 71,200 jobs last month and the unemployment rate rose to 5.9 per compared with 5.5 per cent in October.
The US economy grew at a 2.1% pace in the third quarter.
The surge in November payrolls defied an Institute for Supply Management survey showing a measure of manufacturing employment contracted in November for the fourth straight month.
Though the USA labour market remains resilient despite the business investment downturn, hiring has slowed from last year's average monthly gain of 223,000 because of ebbing demand and a shortage of workers.
The goods-producing sector lost 26,600 jobs in the month as the number of manufacturing jobs fell by 27,500 jobs and the natural resources sector shed 6,500. The economy grew at a 2.1% annual rate in the July-September quarter, and the annual pace is thought to be slowing to roughly 1.5% to 2% in the final three months of the year - sluggish but far from recessionary.
The blockbuster report provides further evidence that the USA economy is withstanding a global slowdown, and reinforces the Federal Reserve's characterization of the labor market as "strong".
With pursuits in soccer and cricket, he's married to a fellow IIT scholar, Anjali Pichai, with whom he has two kids. Manu Kumar Jain, the Indian-born vice chairman of Chinese language tech agency Xiaomi, welcomed the information.
Tabraiz Shamsi has been in the news for this kind of celebrations which adds extra excitement to the shortest format of the game. When he is not conjuring rods from handkerchiefs, Shamsi's default celebration is to take off his shoe to make a phone call.
In the packages were an HP laptop and two Sony PS4 consoles, and police said that the merchandise totaled about $1,050. The two Kindles were recovered from the trunk of Reggin's vehicle, and police say he confessed to the crimes.
Hollywood actor Henry Cavill, who became popular with Superman in Man of Steel, has said that he auditioned for James Bond in tow. Bond 25 might be the last James Bond movie for Daniel Craig and everyone has been geared up to make it the best Spy movie ever.
C'est au sommet du mont Paektu qu'il s'était récemment fait photographier sur un cheval blanc, vraisemblablement en octobre. Kim Jong Un a été notamment photographié en tête d'un groupe de cavaliers dans une forêt enneigée proche du Mont Paektu.
She adorned the posts with the hashtag #ChristmasTreeFarm and, appropriatelym a string of 13 decorated tree emojis. The video then ends shortly after showing Taylor as a toddler learning to walk through isles of Christmas trees .
Biden and Trump Jr.'s posts follows the president's reaction to the video. "Trump is afraid to run against Biden", Schultz wrote. On Twitter, people weighed in on the behaviour of both Trudeau and Trump.
The club said they had approval from both the Football Association and Premier League to play Traore in trial games. We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story .
A portion of 80 percent of agents fees come from clubs in England, Spain, Italy, France, Germany and Portugal. In women's football, there have been 828 transfers in 2019, with 248 of them involving an agent.
Près de 70 000 personnes ont déjà fui leur domicile dans la région de Bicol qui sera la première touchée par Kammuri . Le typhon le plus dévastateur enregistré dans le pays , Haiyan , a fait plus de 7.300 morts et disparus en 2013.
USA considering troop boost to counter Iran
The newspaper says the missiles pose a threat to Israel and Saudi Arabia, and could endanger USA troops. Navy destroyer seized an Iranian dhow with missile parts headed to Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen.
Graffiti-painted polar bear roams Russian wilderness
A village in Russia's Far East has become home to more than 50 polar bears , with abnormally warm weather being blamed. Other experts have said polar bear visits are now so frequent, Ryrkaypiy should be permanently evacuated.
Elon Musk trial jury have heard all the evidence
Unsworth, who is suing Musk for calling him a "pedo guy", said he won't apologize to Musk for his own comments, Reuters reported . Musk and engineers at his companies prepared the mini submarine to help with the rescue efforts, which drew worldwide attention.
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But also, at first I was a little bit, kind of, getting jealous and paranoid but then I sort of remembered that she is my wife. So when she comes out, she's coming home to me, right? "It's a massive number and it feels like a big thing".