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This is an interesting article on how age affects the type of positions that people are commonly hired into. It only discusses a short list of jobs, probably the most numerically common. The writer does not mention less common jobs where the average candidate is over the age of 50; such as, CEO, … Read More »
Although most Canadian’s look forward to Labour Day as one last long weekend before the end of summer, the origin behind the holiday stemmed from a different purpose. Over 140 years ago, labour pioneers paraded in Toronto in support of the Typographical Union’s strike for shorter working hours.
That parade was the first in a chain of events that … Read More »
To aid in answering this question Anchor/Reporter Clement Tang of Fairchild TV interviewed Henry Goldbeck of Goldbeck Recruiting along with a few other prominent Professionals.
Henry shares with Fairchild TV that Goldbeck Recruiting has noticed:
“since 2014 when oil prices started to go down, Alberta’s unemployment has risen from 4.4% to 7.9%.
Initially, the resumes we … Read More »
It’s been nearly a month since the citizens of Britain voted themselves out of the European Union, and the world is still reeling from the possible impact it could have on the global economy.
How Canada’s economy may be affected has been a debated topic. Canadian businesses and job markets could be affected by Brexit.
Last year, … Read More »
My name is Julia Bormann and I am from Bonn, Germany. I am studying labour market management at the University of Applied Labour Studies in Mannheim and I am 23 years old.
My name is Lena Schatz and I am based in a little village near Nuremberg in the south of Germany. I am 20 years old and will … Read More »