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New report disputes grim job prospects for youth

The notion of today’s youth being the lost generation is being challenged by a new report from TD Economics. Published Oct. 22, the study focused on the skills mismatch and labour shortages in the market over the last 10 years. It found the picture is not as grim as it has been painted.

Steve Jobs, co-founder and former CEO of Apple, has died

In a recent press release, Apple's Board of Directors confirmed that the company's co-founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, has died. Jobs spent the last seven years of his life battling pancreatic cancer. After what had been labeled a successful liver transplant, in August of this year Jobs officially resigned as CEO of Apple Inc.,

New local job site launches

For students having a hard time finding work for the summer, a new website called Joborilla has been solely designed for your needs.

White male for hire

Many public and private-sector Canadian bodies practice affirmative action, referred to officially as employment equity and also known as positive discrimination. But are quotas really bridging the gap between people and reducing discrimination against under-represented groups?

Student employment slowly rises

The Feb. 5 Labour Force Survey release indicated the student jobless rate is now sitting at 15.1 per cent, down from the 16 per cent reported at the end of 2009 ”” making this the most significant increase in youth employment since fall 2008.

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