CareerWise is always on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are four reports that we found interesting this week.
While Canada’s employed labour force shrank in 2020, the environmental sector workforce increased by roughly 5%. Job growth and retirements will account for 173,000 net environmental job openings by 2025.
This report identifies recruitment and retention trends facing BC’s community social services sector, examines barriers and differences related to geography, age, gender, culture and immigration status, and explores the effectiveness of education and training programs as well as employer-based training.
This paper considers how the nature of work is changing and the implications for the workforce and the workplace. It then explores the critical role of connectivity and technology, before drawing conclusions for businesses, individuals and governments.
Employment rose 303,000 in March and was within 1.5% of its pre-COVID February 2020 level. As public health restrictions were further eased in several provinces in March, the number of people working in several industries (e.g. food services, culture) most affected by these restrictions increased.
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