We will regularly post “DID YOU KNOW?” topics starting with some of the key metrics that define us today and looking into the future. They will be meant to stimulate conversation, debate and idea generation in your own communities.
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"During the yearended March 31, 2014, the University employed 2,139 faculty staff (1,142 permanent and 997contractual), 3,086 administrative and support staff (1,582 permanent and 1,504 contractual), 540 agency employees and 2,258 students." - Page 12 Cha
Did you know that there are 44 staff for the 48 House of Assembly members. Those staff earn annual salaries totaling $3.1 million. Click here to read
Did you know, according to population projections, in 2025 there will be 25,000 more females than males in Newfoundland and Labrador.
1.45 is the average number of children a woman in NL has in her lifetime. (The Canadian average is 1.61. NL has the second lowest national birthrate.)
1.45 (well actually 1.48) is the percentage of the Canadian population NL represents.
The estimated population of Newfoundland and Labrador is 526,977.
For the past 2 years, natural deaths have exceeded natural births.
Per capita, expenses in Newfoundland and Labrador are 45% higher than the Canadian average.
In the year 2020, 30% of NL’s population will be 30 and on the decline while 30% will be 60 and growing.