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YES – 3 Ways We Can Support Youth Employment in BC

Article by: Timothy Lang, President & CEO at Youth Employment Services (YES).  The transition from education into the workplace can be a scary one. As youth are instructed to follow a specific path paved out by societal norms, the reality of fully preparing themselves to be a candidate for employment can be intimidating. With the unemployment […]

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Is your education preparing you for ‘new collar’ jobs?

Is your education preparing you for ‘new collar’ jobs?  Written by Darian Kovacs As fast as technology is changing, the job force has been changing. No longer is it just two types of job forces – White Collar and Blue Collar, but a new player has emerged. New-collar jobs fall in the technology sector and […]

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The Long-Lasting Importance of Business Cards in Networking

The Long-Lasting Importance of Business Cards in Networking In today’s digital age, face to face social interaction is becoming more and more scarce. The reality is, when it comes to networking, you can only get so far by sitting behind a screen scrolling away. Sure, there’s professional networks like LinkedIn that connect you to other […]

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5 TIPS TO STAY CONFIDENT AS A FIRST-TIME ENTREPRENEUR

I was recently reading up on Entrepreneurship and the lack of glamour and appeal it has. In my own venture, I have encountered many mind shifts and humbling moments that were very gratifying yet terrifying. I wanted to find an article that would give readers a glimpse and advice on how to stay confident as an Entrepreneur. So […]

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Are you a Leader in Transition? Minerva BC Career Transition Program for Women 55+

Consider this: at 55, the average Canadian woman can expect to live for another three decades. With increased life expectancy, the traditional picture of retirement is changing. Some women remain in or re-enter the workforce (between 1997 and 2010, the employment rate of Canadian women ages 55 and older rose from 16% to 29%), while […]

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