The hottest occupations for career growth, and 20 in decline to steer clear of
If you're in one of these industries seeing too many workers compete for too few jobs, it may be time to change course. The good news is that there are just as many fields where solid growth is expected.
Here's where the jobs will (and won't) be created >>
Job prospects, salary predictions for 2013
Several recent surveys provide some insights into what Canadian employers are planning in the way of staff sizes and salaries for the coming year. There's good news and bad news.
Sneak peak at the 2013 job market >>
What Canadian employers are most looking for in candidates
We surveyed top-level executives from industries across the country, and they told us they are planning to hire in 2013, but it is getting harder for them to find the talent they need.
What business leaders told us that they're looking for >>
Why can't employers and candidates connect?
Workopolis has prepared an eye-opening report on how candidates and employers have vastly different perspectives on the current labour market - and what's causing unemployment in Canada.
Bridging these gaps will be critical in 2013 >>
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- How not to get the job (and to get banned from all future jobs as well)
- What you can tell about a person just by their shoes
- Why you shouldn't eat lunch at your desk
- You're right, pessimists, you really aren't likely to succeed
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