Each week, CERIC is on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are five reports that we found interesting this week:
This report explores jobs and sectors at high risk of automation to help leaders and decision-makers determine where to focus their efforts going forward.
The tourism sector is at the forefront of COVID-19 job losses in Canada. Employment fell over 42% between February and April 2020, and in the last two months have accounted for 27% of all job losses in the country.
Canadians were asked how their mental health has changed since physical distancing began. Just over half (52%) of participants indicated that their mental health was either “somewhat worse” or “much worse.” The other 48% of participants said that their mental health was “about the same,” “somewhat better” or “much better.”
This report shares the results of a survey undertaken by Careers England and the Career Development Institute (CDI) in partnership with DMH Associates to identify how careers companies and career professionals in England were responding to the impact of COVID-19 and social distancing lockdown measures.
This report identifies competencies in highest demand within the UK space sector. It finds most sought after technical skill is software development (required by 49% of all jobs), particularly in C/C++ (22%) and Python (20%).
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