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Nationally, the unemployment rate tumbled from 6.3 to 5.9 per cent, as almost 80,000 jobs were added. British Columbia added 18,000 jobs in the month, and its jobless rate remained at 4.8 per cent, the lowest among the provinces. The numbers show employment increased for the second month in a row in November, with the addition of 80,000 new jobs across Canada. "It was the largest monthly increase in more than five years, and marked the 12th consecutive gain - an unusual streak that speaks of ...
The $30 million figure was predicated on the fact that Lauer was paid about $20 million a year to co-host the " Today " show - an extraordinary sum of money that reflects how profitable the morning show is. Noah Oppenheim, the news division's president, met with NBC Nightly News staff members at their daily meeting to tell them about recent conversations that took place between Lauer and executives.