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CareerWise

cwBy putting together some of the most interesting articles on career counselling and career development each week, CareerWise aims to keep you current, enrich your work – and save you time. Advertising opportunities available. Contact us about CareerWise at contactpoint@ceric.ca.

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“Just a note to say how much I have enjoyed reviewing the articles/blogs/and videos that you have so carefully vetted. This has not only added to my knowledge but has provided me with the side benefit of some new career conversations with colleagues and clients. Thank you for doing this!” – Jeanette Hung, M.Ed.,Career Counselling Services Coordinator, Dalhousie University

“The CareerWise newsletter is a great resource. The articles are always engaging. They help you in your work with clients and your own professional development.” – Kim Murphy, Career Development Association of PEI

Archives

November 2016

  • [November 29] Career management for small business │ Why robots will not decimate jobs │ Social justice in high school

  • [November 22] The gig economy will not abolish working 9 to 5 │ LinkedIn’s New Salary Calculator │ Graduate employability in Canadian universities

  • [November 15] Canada’s Top Employers 2017 │ Guiding Principles of Career Development │ Lego, Timbits, and Tinder

  • [November 8] Canada’s immigration target at 300,000 people │ The implications of unpaid internships│ Does working from home harm your career?

  • [November 1] Are short-term jobs the new normal? │ ACT in career counselling │ Beyond the skills gap
  • October 2016

  • [October 25] University graduates juggle jobs │ Transferable Skills │ 10 Websites To Jumpstart Your Career

  • [October 18] Teaching 10 million Canadians to code │ The Four Faces of Indecision │ Will jobs exist in 2050?

  • [October 11] From Chaos to Clarity │Canada Adds Most Jobs Since 2012 │ Establishing an International Counseling Identity

  • [October 4] Defining Employability | Future of Careerpros | Freelance work on the rise
  • September 2016

  • [September 27] The Gig Economy | Riding a Career Wave | Managing Career through Cancer treatment

  • [September 20] Are robots taking our jobs? | Considerations with unpaid internships | Making a career pivot

  • [September 13] Building interpersonal skills through improv | Hope for jobseeking ex-offenders | Redefining your personal practice

  • [September 6] Creative career centre considerations | Thinking beyond “hot careers” | Accessibility and the job search
  • August 2016

  • [August 30] Measuring career success | Job-hopping: yay or nay? | New career decision research

  • [August 23] Engaging employers through career services | Defining soft skills | #firstsevenjobs

  • [August 16] Bursting the barista myth | The trouble with work-life separation | What kind of economy is this anyway?

  • [August 9] Setting proper expectations with clients | IT sector resume writing | 3 recruitment trends

  • [August 2] Using Pokemon Go to reach young clients | Letting go of static career beliefs | Literacy skills extend to coding
  • July 2016

  • [July 26]   Career prep using virtual reality | 10 most in-demand jobs in Canada | New soft-skills gap considerations

  • [July 19]  Generation Z gets to work | Practice interviews and anxiety | Do we need more vocational education?

  • [July 12] Advising for flex work | Learning through virtual reality | Questions around mandatory co-ops

  • [July 5] 5 myths about the future of work | Barbie breaks tech gender stereotypes | Career apps for clients
  • June 2016

  • [June 28] How to use LMI | Taking time for career transitions | Developing transferable and soft skills

  • [June 21] Counselling via Twitter | How is the career development field changing? | On-demand student jobs

  • [June 14] Recognizing soft skills | Supporting youth with criminal records | Storytelling in career exploration

  • [June 7] Free online assessment resources | Blending hard and soft skills | Helping visually impaired clients
  • May 2016

  • [May 31] Counselling creative clients | The future of work and the university | Cannexus17 registration now open

  • [May 24] Limitations of emotional intelligence | Career education that works | Myths about millennials

  • [May 17] Assessing clients’ work values | Jobs of the future | Advising for the gig economy

  • [May 10] Resilience at work | Turning serendipity into opportunity | The case for retro skills

  • [May 3] Unexpected career transitions | Staying skilled in an aging workforce | How to blend work and life
  • April 2016

  • [April 26] Branding tips for career services | Measuring student success in the humanities | Best workplaces in Canada

  • [April 19] Top 10 career development books | Tips for working with young introverts | Federal jobs grant review

  • [April 12] Reinventing the career | Navigating career transitions | Understanding third age job seekers

  • [April 4] Clear career cluster confusion | Empowering mature clients | Constructing careers in the digital age
  • March 2016

  • [March 29] How to present career information | Social media tips for career professionals | Precarious work spreads

  • [March 22] Myth of the straight career path | Childhood career development | Disability and work performance

  • [March 15] Most important skills for job seekers | Free CERIC 2015 Survey webinar | Tips for career service entrepreneurs

  • [March 8] A marketable skill for career success | What is career well-being? | Career engagement in the field

  • [March 1] Career help for refugees | Passion vs practicality | Do degrees really matter?
  • February 2016

  • [February 23] Young grads lack 3Rs | Reinventing retirement | Ontario Centre for Workforce Innovation announced

  • [February 16] Life-story writing | Increase to Canada Summer Jobs Program | Problems with “following your passion”

  • [February 9] End of the resume? | Helping parents re-enter the workplace | 9 high paying jobs for career changers

  • [February 2] Top skills according to LinkedIn | Emotional intelligence matters | Happiness & wellbeing coaching
  • January 2016

  • [January 19] Meaningful employment for refugees | Self-taught employees | Millennial ethics

  • [January 12] Supporting new Canadians | Essential skills forecast | Learning outcomes for life

  • [January 5] Ageism after late job loss | There is no skills gap | Education in an uncertain world
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