CareerWise is always on the lookout for the latest reports related to career development. Here are several reports that we found interesting this week.
Shaping the future of work in Canada: Beyond the COVID-19 pandemic (Future Skills Centre)
This report is based on data from the Future of Work in Canada survey (FWCS) that includes over 5,000 respondents from across Canada representing the working-age adult population. The FWCS gathered detailed information on worker’s socio-demographic status and their work experiences during the pandemic.
Skills-First: Reimagining the Labor Market and Breaking Down Barriers (LinkedIn)
This report shows how a skills-first approach to the labour market, in which people are hired based on skills rather than degrees or certification, can help policymakers and governments create initiatives that strengthen the workforce — while businesses worldwide can benefit from more diverse talent pools and more equitable hiring processes.
Charting a Course to a Bright Future: How Canadian Youth Are Navigating Education and Employment (Desjardins)
Higher levels of education have been reflected in the greater labour market attachment and earnings of Canadian youth, particularly women. Canadian youth are also more entrepreneurial than ever before. But despite these gains, there remain challenges in the transition from school to work as well as ensuring that the skills of youth are being leveraged to the greatest degree possible.