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Redirection: Movers, Shakers and Shifters

 

This CERIC-funded documentary film examines career shift, transition and occupational change in later life. As life expectancy increases, many people are interested in an extension of working life. Directed by Dr Suzanne Cook, this film shares the stories of five people who have changed occupation at age 50 or older.


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:

Family Background and Earnings Inequality among College Graduates

A Snapshot of Family Caregiving and Work in Canada

Canadian Outlook: 5 Big Questions for 2017


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:

A Cultural Approach for Career Development Among the Inuit

Overcoming Cultural Differences to Facilitate Integration and Success

From Book Bags to Briefcase: International Student Transition to Employment in Canada


CareerWise


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

Featured this week:

A Better Metric for the Value of a Worker Training Program

Education & Career Development: An Academic Mission for the 21st Century

Out of the Office: More People Are Working Remotely, Survey Finds

 


 


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