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Future Shock? The Impact of Automation on Canada’s Labour Market

Throughout history, technological change has helped lift people out of squalor and poverty, raised standards of living and improved well-being. Technological change, however, can also be disruptive. This Commentary assesses the impact of technological change on Canada’s labour market over the past 30 years and highlights its implications for the near future.


Reports & Trends

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

Featured this week:

The ins and outs of employment in 25 OECD countries

Aboriginal seniors in population centres in Canada

Canadian Survey on Disability


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

Careering-Winter-2017Winter 2017 issue: Cultural Perspectives on Career and Work

Featured articles:

Self-Directed Career Management: A Passport to Integrating into a New Society

Overcoming the “Lack of Canadian Experience” Hurdle

Understanding and Supporting the Needs of International Students


CareerWise


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

Featured this week:

40% Of Canadian Workers Would Take A Pay Cut For Career Growth

Canada’s engineering shortfall

Study shows the power of entrepreneurship training programs for women, minorities