Future of Jobs

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The myths about Canada’s skills gap

Chris Sorensen explains how misperceptions get in the way of solutions.
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The young and the restless

The bad rap Gen-Yers get isn’t entirely unwarranted, but employers must find ways to engage them
The worker factory

Is Canada’s ’skills gap’ really a non-issue?

Making the case for a looming labour shortage
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Maclean’s Interactive: How does your paycheque stack up?

What Canadians earn today (and yesterday)
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Choosing start-ups over school

A 22-year-old University of Waterloo dropout created a company worth millions. And he’s not alone.
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The future of public-sector jobs

Today’s job seekers can’t always turn to the government for secure, highly paid work
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Robots: Job Terminators

Why more and more workers—even in surprisingly complex jobs—are being left behind by automation
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Living off the land

Hundreds of thousands of resource jobs will be up for grabs. The challenge: finding willing and able workers
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Do we really need so many lawyers?

Barrister boom and bust: Legal fees are falling, pay is stagnant and jobs for law grads are harder to come by
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Filling the labour gaps

Why relying on immigration as a quick fix for the skilled labour shortage may end up hurting immigrants and employers alike