Working from home, new technologies and more choices are allowing younger Canadians to get a foothold in the labour market.
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On the Record – Ep.4 – Can Toronto Artists Leverage the Pandemic to Make the Industry More Liveable?
In this episode of On the Record we spoke to Toronto artists, arts workers and a mental health counsellor to discuss the fragile state of the art scene in Toronto …
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High youth unemployment rates and an uncertain job market has some students rethinking their plans for the future
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The average number of graduating students in Canada is over 300,000 every year, according to Statista
Students and recent graduates facing high unemployment rate as pandemic continues to freeze the market
Half of recent graduates finished post-secondary education with debt, according to Statistics Canada
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LocalStudent allows students to choose flexible work options and help fellow members of their community
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Student unemployment rates in Ontario reached almost 30 per cent during the height of the pandemic
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Many students rely on part-time work to pay for school and living expenses, but with businesses in the hospitality and entertainment industries experiencing heavy restrictions, employment opportunities are scarce.