CareerWise is always on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are five reports that we found interesting this week:
This white paper sets out reforms to post-16 technical education and training to support people to develop the skills needed to get good jobs and improve national productivity.
An Indigenous Knowledge Mobilization Packsack: Utilizing Indigenous Learning Outcomes to Promote and Assess Critical Thinking and Global Citizenship (HEQCO & Negahweewin Research Centre)
This report explores the challenges met and lessons learned from infusing Indigenous learning outcomes in a wide variety of postsecondary courses and programs, not just those focused specifically on Indigenous scholarship and studies.
Given the significant negative impact that the initial prolonged school closure (to in-person learning) had on children and youth, this report recommends that school closures for in-person instruction should be a last resort for pandemic control.
In November, 1.3 million Canadians received regular EI benefits, down 3.4% from a record 1.4 million in October. The vast majority of the unemployed (1.5 million) were looking for work, while 253,000 still had a connection to a job, either because they were on temporary layoff or had arrangements to begin a new job in the near future.
This report summarizes responses from over 200 hiring managers and recruiters about the most important qualities and traits they look for in a candidate.
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