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Top 10 trends in career development: Have your say!

This topic contains 3 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of Laura Laura Dutton 3 years, 6 months ago.

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  • #23652
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    catherine
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    The Winter 2014 issue of Careering magazine will celebrate CERIC’s 10-year anniversary by looking back at how career development in Canada changed over the past decade, and how it will evolve from now on. Share with us what you think are the most important trends in career development and your answer could be printed in Careering magazine!

  • #23711
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    Cathy Keates
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    Catherine, I would say that one significant trend is the growing conversation about mental health and its impacts/relationship with career development. This has multiple components – some of those we see with our students include a high level of anxiety about future/career, and mental health issues making job search and career exploration difficult.

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    catherine
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    @kellyboucher : “Social media has had a profound impact (and will continue to) on the career development field, along with many activities and services being offered virtually.”

  • #23713
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    Laura Dutton
    Participant

    A major trend/issue today is youth UNDERemployment. There is a lot in the media about youth unemployment, but underemployment is even more of an issue in my opinion.

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