STATS CAN Employment Data: In Canada, more women than men work at part time jobs (+/- twice as many) and both older men and women (45 years and older) are more employed part time than younger men and women (age 25-44).
In the category of full time employment, there appears to be a declining number of younger men (since about 1990) employed relative to full time older men who appear to have made and kept the biggest percentage gains in job acquisition.
With full time employed women the story is similar except that BOTH younger and older women have made large percentage gains in getting employment and for 20 years during the period between 1983-2003, younger women were getting more jobs than older men.
If the trend continues of greater productivity through technological advance and the wage disparity between men and women is not erased, we could see more full time jobs auctioned off to women who live longer than men.
The chart above (updated annually) is also located on the Earnings Page.