The telecoms boom and subsequent bust in Canada impacted many Malaysian Canadians, and made others more self-aware of their role in both labour markets, influencing their cultural identities and social outlook. Sara Nabila Harris recounts her story of what it is to be Malaysian Canadian in these times.
Jobs might be scarce, job matches might not feel right, and even after attending numerous job fairs you might feel disappointed, whether as a job seeker or employer. Here is career catalyst Luki Danukarjanto’s blueprint for what job fairs in the future will bring.
By Arundati Dandapani I am only over a decade older than Google, blessed with fine education, experience, skills, upbringing, intellect and humble qualities. Every passing year of wealth not gained competes disproportionately with gains in […]
Economist and author Linda Nazareth, Senior Fellow for Economics and Population Change at the MacDonald Laurier Institute and Mike Colledge, Mike Colledge, President, Ipsos Public Affairs, share some helpful insights on succeeding in the new […]
By Frank Graves, FMRIA The idea that jobs would be displaced by information technology was at the core of Rifkin’s End of Work. One needs only to scan a fraction of recent coverage to note that jobs […]