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Ontario’s tourism and hospitality workers have had a challenging year—but viable, desirable job transitions are available. This research explores the skills, qualifications, and...
The Conference Board of Canada | 22 pages | April 2021 | by Thomas Hindle, Sheila Rao, Nachum Gabler
Le secteur ontarien du tourisme et de l’hôtellerie a connu une année difficile, mais des transitions professionnelles viables et souhaitables sont possibles. Ce document explore...
The Conference Board of Canada | 25 pages | April 2021 | by Nachum Gabler, Thomas Hindle, Sheila Rao
Comment la main-d’œuvre de Trois-Rivières s’en sortira-t-elle dans l’avenir? Dans ce rapport de données, les auteurs révèlent que la ville obtient le score de...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 18 pages | April 2021 | by Zafer Sonmez, Joel Thomson
How will Trois-Rivière’s labour force fare in the future? In this data briefing, the authors report that the city has the highest Automation Vulnerability Index score of any region...
The Conference Board of Canada | 17 pages | April 2021 | by Zafer Sonmez, Joel Thomson
How will Saint John’s occupations fare in the future? In this data briefing, the authors report that the city currently has the highest Automation Vulnerability Index score in...
The Conference Board of Canada | 20 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
Quelles sont les perspectives pour les professions de Saint-John? Dans ce rapport de données, les auteurs révèlent que la ville affiche actuellement l’indice de vulnérabilité à...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 20 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
How will occupations in Abbotsford-Mission fare in the future? In this data briefing, the authors report that the region currently has the fourth-highest Automation Vulnerability...
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
Quelle sera l’évolution des professions à Abbotsford–Mission dans l’avenir? Dans ce rapport de données, les auteurs concluent que la région affiche actuellement le...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 19 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
La plupart des Canadiens qui veulent se réorienter sur le plan professionnel ont des options viables et souhaitables, surtout s’ils possèdent – ou sont prêts à apprendre – les...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 19 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
How will the labour force in Windsor, Ontario, fare in the future? Windsor currently has the highest share of workers in high-risk, low-mobility occupations than any other city...
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
How will Lethbridge’s labour force fare in the future? The city currently has the highest Automation Vulnerability Index in the Prairies and is the seventh most vulnerable region...
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
Comment la population active de Lethbridge s’en sortira-t-elle dans l’avenir? La ville obtient l’indice de vulnérabilité à l’automatisation le plus élevé des Prairies et est la...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 20 pages | April 2021 | by Joel Thomson, Zafer Sonmez
As part of our series on Employability Skills , this primer explains how we identify potential job transitions for Canadian workers considering a career change.
The Conference Board of Canada | 29 pages | March 2021 | by Sheila Rao, Thomas Hindle, Nachum Gabler
Dans le cadre de notre série sur les compétences relatives à l’employabilité, ce condensé explique la façon dont nous déterminons les éventuelles transitions professionnelles pour...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 30 pages | March 2021 | by Nachum Gabler, Thomas Hindle, Sheila Rao
Most Canadians who want to make a career transition have viable and desirable options, especially if they possess, or are willing to learn, the skills, abilities, tools, and technologies...
The Conference Board of Canada | 19 pages | March 2021 | by Nachum Gabler, Sheila Rao, Thomas Hindle
When we asked participants across Canada to identify the most important skills for career success, they overwhelmingly identified social and emotional skills. This summary details...
The Conference Board of Canada | 2 pages | January 2021 | by Stephen Higham
Concernant les compétences essentielles pour réussir professionnellement, l’immense majorité des personnes interrogées ont cité des compétences sociales et émotionnelles. Ce document...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 2 pages | January 2021 | by Stephen Higham
Canadian post-secondary institutions are not prioritizing social and emotional skills acquisition for students, despite their growing importance to employers. More emphasis must...
The Conference Board of Canada | 14 pages | January 2021 | by Maria Giammarco, Stephen Higham, Matthew McKean
Pour les établissements d’enseignement postsecondaires canadiens, l’acquisition de compétences sociales et émotionnelles chez leurs étudiants n’est pas prioritaire, malgré leur...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 14 pages | January 2021 | by Maria Giammarco, Stephen Higham, Matthew McKean
This summary explores barriers that stakeholders in British Columbia face when participating in work-integrated learning (WIL) opportunities.
The Conference Board of Canada | 2 pages | December 2020 | by Andrew Bieler
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