Friday, October 12, 2012


Canadian workers are even less productive than originally thought – 0.1 per cent per year less productive, to be exact. That’s the conclusion of Statistics Canada after a series of recent revisions to more than 30 years of key economic data ... (The G&M)

– 0.1 per cent per year.  I take full responsibility for this. My bad.  Apparently, one person's supreme laziness can skew national statistics.  Sorry, StatsCan.


Brian Busby said...

More than 30 years of key economic data, meaning they've been tracking me since the summer I worked in the warehouse of the Kirkland Consumer Distributing.

I don't care what StatsCan says, I was productive then - just as I was selling 45s at Sam the Record Man and renting out VHS cassettes at Video Royale.

Who says I haven't been pulling my weight.

Nanuk of the North, Electronic Rapist said...

According to StatsCan, your 30 years of productivity have not made up for my last 5 years of inertia and blogging and time wasting.

Statistics don't lie!

Anonymous said...

Being told you're getting the door doesn't do much for productivity, I am just as much to blame!!!

Knuckles Girlyskirt