Unemployment in BC has been at a record low since December last year. In an impressive upswing, the British Columbian economy has been topping provincial growth rankings in 2015. While the Labour Market has been weak for this first half of 2015, low gas prices have helped boost consumer spending to offset that deficit.
Further gains … Read More »
Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirate with over 2.1 million people alone. The city saw exponential growth in the last decade and grew to be one of a kind in the world with projects like The Largest Mall in the World, The Tallest Tower in the World etc. Among such projects … Read More »
People who sell medical devices have a unique skill set and a big challenge: they’re often lay people who sell to medical professionals.
They’ve got to be good sales people – that’s a given – and they’ve got to be able to understand a product so thoroughly that they’re able to educate the true experts in the … Read More »
“‘Big-city wages, small-town prices’ is a darn fine business model,” says cartoonist and entrepreneur Hugh MacLeod.
(And of course he didn’t say “darn”, but I’m keeping it clean.)
MacLeod was talking about being a being a loosey-goosey location-independent creative professional, but he could just as easily been talking about being a pharmacist.
A pharmacist does the model one better, … Read More »
Senior Care Industry Experts Warns of Skill Shortages: When Demands will exceed Healthcare Workers
By 2021 approximately 18.5% of the population would be over the age of 65. To meet the aging population’s needs, Senior Care Facilities have and will continue to see a boom. While today’s seniors are more active than ever before, Canada’s aging population creates a challenge. An understanding of the health and social services models, providers and investments needed to meet the future demands from this aging population, is essential.