Thank you, Mr. Chair, and thank you to the witnesses for your presentations.
I'm interested in employment in the service sector. I noticed on slide six of your presentation, Mr. Wright, that the composition in terms of employment starts off with retail, health care, education, and accommodation as the largest sectors of employment.
I'd like to ask you about the private service sector. If we look at, say, the first five sources of employment, three of them are in the public sector, not exclusively but primarily in the public sector. That would be health care, social assistance, education, and public administration.
If we set those aside for a moment and look at the private sector, which would be the retail trade and accommodation, this accounts for--it simply is a guesstimate, looking at the graph you have here--roughly 25% of the employment. Could you tell us what would be the average wages in the retail sector and the accommodation and food sector in Canada?