CareerWise is always on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are four reports that we found interesting this week:
Scale the Gap: Exploring gender ownership and growth experiences for Canadian firms (The Brookfield Institute)
This report analyzes how gender ownership of a firm impacts its likelihood of becoming a scale-up. These insights are designed to inform policy to support women entrepreneurs.
How much do they make? New Evidence on the Early Career Earnings of Trade Certificate Holders (LMIC & EPRI)
Individuals with certificates in Red Seal trades earn on average $64,000 in their first year, growing to reach $73,800 eight years after certification. Earnings vary considerably depending on the trade. However, across all Red Seal trades, in the first year following certification, women earn on average $31,400 – just 47% of the $67,000 that men earn.
In the coming months, while countries prepare for the implementation of their recovery plans, it is essential to continue supporting families and companies still deeply affected by the crisis, while providing the right incentives for job creation and resuming work. Without these measures, the recovery would start from an even worse economic and social starting point.
This report provides insights into the current state of campus recruiting as well as a forecast the expected hiring in 2021. It also provides insights into employers’ recruitment methods, preferred skills and key challenges. Please note that this report is only available for sale.
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