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 survey asked more than 3,500 full-time workers across the United States, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom what motivates them to do their best work and what fosters the emotional connections binding them to their teams, their managers and their employers.
Study: Obtaining a bachelor’s degree from a community college: Earnings outlook and prospects for graduate studies (Statistics Canada)
This study finds that the average annual earnings of college bachelor’s degree holders two years after graduation were $55,187. This was 12.0% higher than the earnings of university bachelor’s degree holders ($49,281), 42.5% higher than those of college diploma holders ($38,726), and 38.2% higher than those of college certificate holders ($39,935).
As Canadian farmers leave traditional tasks to smart machines, and focus on strategy and systems, they’ll be better positioned than ever to feed a fast-growing global population. But to do that, they’ll need a wide range of new skills, as well as enhanced old skills, that Canada isn’t developing anywhere near fast enough, according to this report.
This report discusses how developing an Ontario Regional Immigration Strategy could improve the province’s efforts to ensure a broader distribution of newcomers in support of economic development.
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