As we hear of challenges from around the world and as markets shift, we can no longer rely on job security. Climbing up the corporate ladder in a singular firm is no longer the norm. In fact, looking into the crystal ball, we all may be self-employed private contractors...
The CSC's Annual General Meeting will take place on Monday, May 27 from 12:20pm to 2:00pm at the Quebec City Convention Centre during the 96th Canadian Chemistry Conference and Exhibition. All CSC members are encouraged to attend.
This summer, ChemEd 2013 — North America's largest gathering of chemistry educators — will...
Whether jobs are created or lost on any given month, the one constant in Canada's post-recession employment record has been that for young people, the news has always bad. And the lack of progress in job creation for young Canadians...
After wild swings in the employment numbers in previous months, April saw 12,500 new jobs added to the Canadian economy, a number that matched economists' expectations. "The pace of job growth makes more sense than what we have been seeing in the past," said Francis Fong,...
Employment levels in Canada were little changed last month and the unemployment rate held at 7.2 per cent. But behind the static-sounding headline lies plenty of churn. Here are five trends in Canada's labour market. Virtually all of Canada's job gains over the past year...
When Sarah Lynn Brown is interviewing job candidates, she dreads hearing them say, "I want to use my skills and grow and learn." The partner at New York-based Oceanic Partners looks for new employees who can add value to the health care consulting business. Candidates seeking...
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