Parents, choose wisely. A new report says that what you name your child can have an impact on his or her future career success and earnings. It turns out that having a shorter name can also give you an advantage.
The Canadian Occupational Projection System has developed a 10-year report which outlines projected Canadian labour market supply and demand between now and 2020. Here's what you need to land the most in-demand jobs.
The overall national unemployment rate remained steady at 7.2% in April as there was little change on the job market in Canada. A few regions and industries saw growth, while most remained stable or experienced losses last month.
Think that you have to work in a corporate office or a hospital to earn over $100,000 a year? Think again. A diverse range of career paths now offer opportunities to crack the six-figure salary mark. Here are a few that you might not expect.
A recent survey of Canadian business owners reveals that more than 50% are planning to hire young people for summer jobs, internships and permanent positions this year. Which regions and industries are predicting the brightest prospects?
When was the last time you thought to yourself 'if only my voice were lower I’d make more money'. If your answer is never, you’re not alone. I too had never considered the pitch of my voice to have any bearing on my career, but apparently it does.
There's a new contender for the worst job in the world. An annual report on the best and worst jobs to have has just been released, and the bottom job for 2013 is quite different from those ranked worst in recent years.
Earlier this week we took a look at the worst jobs in Canada right now. Well, that was the bad news. The good news is there are numerous other fields that offer increasing pay and lots of opportunities. Here are the ten best this year.