Each week, CERIC is on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are five that we found interesting this week:
This report documents how the ongoing digital transformation is affecting people’s lives across the 11 key dimensions that make up the How’s Life? Well-being Framework (including income and wealth, jobs and earnings, education and skills, and work-life balance).
Literacy and Essential Skills as a Poverty Reduction Strategy (Frontier College and Literacy: Learning for Life)
This report, funded by the Government of Canada’s National Essential Skills Initiative, recommends that government recognize literacy as not only a policy priority but a basic human right. Moreover, it urges funders to expand their thinking beyond support for single projects to include more comprehensive, integrated programs.
This HEQCO report examines the effect of having a Student Parent Support Worker on the success of the Pathways to Education Program in Ottawa, which provides a comprehensive set of academic, financial, social and one-on-one supports that have increased graduation rates in partnering communities.
Working Together: Indigenous Recruitment and Retention in Remote Canada (The Conference Board of Canada)
This report examines the current situation – from survey findings, expert interviews, and a scan of policy and research – of Indigenous recruitment and retention for organizations in Canada’s Northern and remote regions.
An annotated bibliography of reports on the future of work from a variety of sources, with an emphasis on Canadian studies. To ensure relevance, LMIC focuses on reports that were produced within the past decade, with some exceptions where warranted.
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