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Hot Links | 2025: Future of Work

21 Jobs of the Future Ethical Sourcing Officer, Personal Memory Curator, Digital Tailor… this 2017 report from the Cognizant’s Center for the Future of Work proposes 21 new jobs that will emerge over the next 10 years and that it says will become cornerstones of the future of work. cognizant.com/whitepapers   New World of Work…

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10 Questions for Chief Robert Joseph

Chief Dr Robert Joseph, OBC, is a true peace-builder whose life and work are examples of his personal commitment. A Hereditary Chief of the Gwawaenuk First Nation, Chief Joseph has dedicated his life to bridging the differences brought about by intolerance, lack of understanding and racism at home and abroad. Chief Joseph is currently the…

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Career Briefs

CERIC launching three new publications for K-12 Educators and counsellors working with students in kindergarten to grade 12 will benefit from three new research-based resources published by CERIC that will be launching at the Cannexus18 National Career Development Conference in January. • Computing Disciplines: A Quick Guide for Prospective Students and Career Advisors was developed…

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À mesure que le travail devient de plus en plus automatisé, il permet aux humains de prendre en charge des tâches plus complexes alors que les robots s’occupent des tâches répétitives. Mais collaborer progressivement avec les machines signifie que la main-d’œuvre doit maintenir ses compétences à jour. Même pour une jeune professionnelle comme moi, il…

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Is It Time to Put Retirement Out to Pasture?

As career development practitioners, we can become leaders in countering the negative effects of the aging mindset that permeates our culture By Elizabeth Mahler and John Thompson   Like most people in our culture, career development practitioners are subject to the influence of commonly held ideas. To illustrate, we offer the following quiz. A woman…

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Generation(s) Next: Lessons from the ATM

What career development professionals can do to prepare young jobseekers for a labour market defined by precarious employment By Donnalee Bell   When I was doing my undergraduate degree in the 1990s, I had a History of Labour professor that had an apocalyptic fear of ATMs. Instead of being innocuous places to get cash quick,…

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Par Lucie Morillon La génération suivante grandit dans un monde de plus en plus automatisé dans lequel les concepts traditionnels de travail et de carrière sont bouleversés. C’est un environnement incertain, avec à la fois des risques et des opportunités, où les emplois à court terme, les changements de carrière répétés et l’« économie d’engagements…

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The Future of the Employment Support System

A job matching system is just a Band-Aid. We need to move to an integrated workforce development model that supports youth facing multiple barriers By Fabio Crespin   I believe the solution comprises two main pillars: acknowledging specific barriers and targeting them accordingly (moving away from generic approaches), and investing heavily in meaningful and lasting…

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