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Podcast | From Corporate Layoffs to Consulting Payoffs with Vicki McCullough (Career Pivot)

In this episode, Marc interviews his good friend, Vicki McCullough. Vicki has more than 20 years of corporate experience in marketing, communications, sales, and account management. She is the Founder and President of Sequitur Marketing, a marketing consulting business she launched in 2013. Marc and Vicki discuss several topics, including Vicki’s background and experience, how it took years to decide to start on her own, what she has learned as a solopreneur, and how she keeps her job interesting.

Reports & Trends


We gather reports, briefs and other types of trends documents of interest to those in career development.

Featured this week:

CODING THE FUTURE: What Canadian youth and their parents think about coding

Insights on Canadian Society – Long-term job vacancies in Canada

The official publication of CERIC, this is a resource by and for career development professionals in Canada.


Winter 2018 issue: 2025 | Future of Work

Featured articles:

The Death of the Full-Time Job?

Online Reviews Emerging as Key Influence in Job Search

How Do We Prepare Our Graduates to Prepare for Tomorrow?



Brings you some of the most interesting articles on career counselling and career development each week.

Featured this week:

Canada sheds 88,000 jobs in January, biggest decline since 2009

Change Your Work, Change Your Identity

3 Reasons Millennials Might Choose Online Learning Over A Traditional Degree