Each week, CERIC is on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are four reports that we found interesting this week:
This report draws together apprenticeship trends data and projections from the Canadian System for Tracking Apprenticeship Qualifications (CANTRAQ) to provide a forward-looking assessment of demand and supply for trade certification across the top 10 Red Seal trades in Canada.
It’s hard to ignore all the anxiety-producing news reports about machines eventually replacing many types of workers. This report, based on consultations with employers, workers and leading futurists, provides a look at what to expect in the workplace of the future.
This report examines the context in which youth in and from care in Ontario experience and access the right to education. Specifically, it draws attention to what has been done to realize this right and what more can be done.
This report looks at how well women and men in Canada are positioned for future jobs and examines existing gender inequalities in the workplace. It also proposes a practical road map for organizations to follow in progressing toward achieving gender equality in the workplace today and in the future.
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