The survey found that only 36 per cent of working Canadians, and 37 per cent of those in Saskatchewan, expect the economy in their city of town to improve in the coming year.
Nationally, and in Saskatchewan, almost half (48 per cent) report it would be difficult to meet their financial obligations if their pay cheque was delayed by even a single week. Saskatchewan residents are again on par with the national average when it comes to spending: 40 per cent of employees say their spend all of, or more, than their net pay.
In Saskatchewan, only 25 per cent of those surveyed prioritize higher wages, while 45 per cent are more interested in better work-life balance and a healthy work environment.
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