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Tuesday, January 21, 2020
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How Many Canadians Plan to Switch Jobs – and Why?

Almost a third of respondents to a recent Indeed study said they plan to change jobs within the next one or two years. The number one reason workers are looking for a new job is because they want more – or better – benefits.

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Pay gap between men and women starts right out of the gate for college, university grads

A new report from LMIC and the Education Policy Research Initiative finds that women earn an average of $5,700, or 12%, less than men one year after graduation.

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These are Canada’s top employers for young people in 2020

Canada’s Top Employers for Young People provides an insider’s view of what each employer has to offer, showcasing their most progressive and innovative HR initiatives, including growth and development opportunities.
 

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New edition of guide to computing careers for students and advisors now available

CERIC has released an updated guide to computing careers, responding to strong demand for computing graduates in Canada and a changing technology landscape. The second edition of Computing Careers & Disciplines provides the latest information on types of computing careers and the academic pathways to get there. Download it for free at ceric.ca/computing.

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11 Simple Ways You Can Make Your Workplace More LGBTQ-Inclusive

By educating yourself, letting colleagues come out when they're ready and not making assumptions, you can help create a supportive environment.
 

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Decline Of Canadian Manufacturing Means Fewer Men Working, And For Less

New research from Statistics Canada finds the fall in the manufacturing sector has led to lower wages and proportionately fewer men being employed.

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Want to work at a startup? 4 tips for shifting jobs mid-career

Startups encourage hires to learn on the fly, cultivate new skills and make bold business decisions. In other words, startup employees are expected to act like entrepreneurs, which in turn prepares them for the volatile job market.

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10 Reasons You Should Consider a Career in the Skilled Trades

Demand for tradespeople is strong right now, requiring different types of skillsets and presenting opportunities for advancement.

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Online portfolios, personal websites look good on resumé: survey

Research shows managers like candidates to highlight accomplishments on an online portfolio or in an infographic – but no Bitmojis, please!

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Why you really need to network

During your job search, reach out to people who are at the level you want to be at (or one step ahead). Ask questions about the company, its culture and hiring practices.

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IN THE KNOW

Webinars for career professionals in January and February 2020

4 reports that caught our eye the week of Jan. 19, 2020

• Future of skills (Future Skills Canada) • Lifelong learning (CICAN) • Labour force survey (Statistics Canada) • Post-secondary graduate earnings (LMIC and EPRI)

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PODIUM

5 ways to bring the Guiding Principles of Career Development to life in 2020

The Guiding Principles are a window to self-reflection and can provide a basis from which to think about what we do as career professionals and how we do it, write Karen Schaffer and Juliana Wiens, co-authors of the CERIC Guiding Principles Action Plans.

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Career practitioner: Know your worth and charge what you deserve

Career practitioners who make the leap to self-employment may struggle to determine what to charge for their services. The Wright Career Solution's Daisy Wright offers advice on how to ditch the "eager-to-please disease" and set fees that reflect your value.

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How to help students describe their learning on their resume

The skill of describing the learning that occurred during post-secondary is very important, explains MacEwan University's Dorothy Ritz. It can be used for applications for graduate studies, scholarships, loans, employment and on into graduates' futures.

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TWEET OF THE WEEK

Thank you @ceric_ca for the opportunity to share. Looking forward to presenting at #Cannexus20. @careerwise_ca #careerdevelopment #careerexploration #Career The role of holistic career services for young mothers - CareerWise careerwise.ceric.ca/2020/01/03/the-role-of-holistic-career-services-for-young-mothers


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