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Policy Options Op-Ed

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Technology isn’t shaping work the way we thinkexternal link icon

Work isn’t changing so fast or dramatically, and it’s humans who decide how technology is used. So, we’d better equip ourselves to make better decisions.
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Can universities bridge the graduate skills gap?external link icon

In trying to make graduates more job-ready, universities will have to guard against inadvertently compromising some of their offerings.
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Deciphering the skills we need for the new world of workexternal link icon

For Canada to have effective training and education policies, it needs to properly classify and define skills and link them to occupational data.
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More research needed to break down job barriers for racialized Canadiansexternal link icon

We already know that racialized Canadians face greater challenges in the labour market. But we need to zero in on the data to better understand why.

The Future Skills Centre is a forward-thinking centre for research and collaboration dedicated to preparing Canadians for employment success and meeting the emerging talent needs of employers. As a pan-Canadian community, we bring together experts and organizations across sectors to rigorously identify, assess, and share innovative approaches to develop the skills and work environments to drive prosperity and inclusion.