Along with 18 other teens from around the world, British Columbia’s Nick Liow, 18, and Ontario’s Nelson Zhang, 19, will spend the next two years using $100,000 to work on self-directed tech and science projects. The catch: they must drop out of or postpone attending university.
#ThingsIWillTeachMyChild is trending on Twitter this morning. I think about what the future will hold for my son all the time. I also spend most of my days thinking about career paths, and the changing world of work. This is the only career advice I would offer him.
Millennials get a bad rep, they really do. With youth unemployment in Canada at double the regular rate,could we — the hiring managers of the world — actually have a bias against young workers? A new study released shows that HR professionals definitely do not have a great impression of young workers.
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As teenagers enter the job market at the same time as many people over 60 are looking for work, the two will be duking it out for seasonal and part-time jobs. Here's a look at what each can do to give themselves the edge.
A new survey of hundreds of Canadian business owners reveals what they are really looking for in student and entry-level candidates. Surprisingly, education, experience, references and recommendations all rank near the bottom of the list. Here's what they do care about.
When you have a very specific education in a field that no one is recruiting for, or you have a very vague education in a little bit of everything, you are going to have to rely on more than just your degree to get you in the door of your first job.
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.
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?
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.