Careering magazine cover

Spring-Summer 2022:
The Great Careers Disconnect

(And the other newsletters from CERIC.)

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The skills-gap paradox

Canada’s essential yet overqualified immigrant workforce

How to lead the career development revolution

Case Study: Bridging the gap between degree and career

Client Side: Finding my way home – when your career leads the way

Helping before hiring: Rethinking employers’ post-secondary recruitment strategies 

The future of work for the Black community

Navigating a world without resumes

The scary ‘C word’ in high schools

Values are the antidote to the ‘Great Careers Disconnect’

10 Questions with Victoria Grant

The thing we never talk about in career development

Supporting international students’ career development from a strengths-based lens

Editor’s note

CERIC is seeking your article ideas for the Fall 2022 issue of Careering magazine, which will be on the theme of “Recovery, Reflection, Resilience.” Articles from this issue will be published to

Potential topic areas include but are not limited to:

  • Actionable wellness advice for organizations and individuals (e.g. self-care when you don’t have time)
  • Building resilience to respond to present and future challenges
  • Compassion fatigue
  • Dealing with challenging (personal and global) events in career development
  • How to lead in the “new normal”
  • Hybrid work (for clients and within the careers space)
  • Trauma-informed career development

Please review our Submission Guidelines and send a 1-2 paragraph description outlining your topic idea and what you would like to include in the article to by Wednesday, July 13. New writers are welcome, and can submit in English, French or both languages.

Views expressed by contributors are not necessarily those of CERIC. Mention of programs, services, products and initiatives is not an endorsement of these items.