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A Newcomer Employment Resilience Network NL (NERN NL) - Optimizing Connections; Making the Match

The project demonstrated how sector-specific networks can improve job prospects for newcomers and foster collaboration among local employers and businesses. The initiative also showed the value of tailored mentoring and involving community agencies to better integrate newcomers into the job market.

Employer and Employee Perceptions of Microcredentials and Quality of Work

This study evaluates emerging evidence on microcredentials and examines how employers and learners assess their value as a measure of quality of work.

Valuing Skills in Canada: A Statistical Approach

In this research, we examine the relationship between skills and income, considering which skills have a strong positive association with earning and which have a...

Digital Occupation Pathways: From Vulnerable Jobs to Rapid-Growth Careers

In this impact paper, we examine the feasibility of transitioning workers from occupations susceptible to automation to rapidly growing jobs in the digital economy. We...

Labour market implications for racialized youth

Through a review of academic and industry reports and an analysis of policies and programs, this report aims to identify the barriers faced by racialized youth in employment and education;

Training our Career Development Professionals

This project sought to understand the challenges faced by practitioners as a result of the increasing role of technology in this industry and to shed light on the skills and supports these professionals and their clients need in future.

Employer-sponsored skills training: A picture of skills training opportunities provided by Canadian employers

This report draws on available literature and data to develop the best possible picture of employer-sponsored training levels and trends; types and modes of delivery.

Blue Occupation Pathways: Career Transitions to the Sustainable Blue Economy

In this research, we analyze the occupational transitions from 92 high-risk, low-mobility (HRLM) jobs to 15 rapid-growth jobs in the sustainable blue economy (SBE). How...
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