Job hopping is the new normal

We've heard complaints from employers about 'job hopping' candidates who show no loyalty. So we took a look at how long on average Canadians are staying in their jobs.

It turns out that most of us change jobs fairly often >>

How long does it take most people to get hired in Canada in 2014?

Workopolis asked thousands of Canadians how long it took to find their most recent job, how many jobs they applied for, and how many interviews they had to do before getting hired.

How much work is finding work right now? >>

10 surprisingly high-paying part-time jobs

Who doesn't need a little extra income? Even if you're working full time, taking on a part-time job can help pay the bills while leaving more time for other things.

Earning high wages in fewer hours >>

[Infographic] The best (and the worst) job in the world for 2014

Based on working environment, stress level, employment outlook, and wages, here's a look at the ten best and the ten worst careers to be in this year.

Print journalist isn't the worst in the world any more >>

Canada's up-and-coming hot spot for start-ups

One province in particular is experiencing a sudden boom in small businesses popping up as the local economy provides a supportive environment for young entrepreneurs. The new start-up scene? >>