We can’t talk about the future of work without also talking about the future of education.
Factories will need to fill 2 million jobs over the next decade, but many workers are facing an in-demand skills deficit.
More emphasis on education and skills training is necessary to help businesses adjust to a potentially difficult transition.
They earned 56% more than high school grads in 2015, up from 51% in 1999.
$1 million provided for students from K to G6 to access iPads, tech invention kits, wireless probes and software.
Number of university graduates enrolled in college programs has increased more than 50% over past five years.
Colleges will develop programs in 3D printing for manufacturers in Quebec and Ontario.
Fund will co-ordinate new and existing jobs and education programs.
Not much to students: 72% to salaries, pensions and benefits, says Fraser Institute study.
Some poll respondents expect to carry in excess of $25,000 in student debt when they graduate.
They’ll get a plasma cutting and gouging system plus curriculum.
Without energy equalization payments, healthcare, education and social programs would suffer from major funding cuts.
Prompt improvements in post secondary education sector.
Average reading and math scores rose slightly 2010 levels.
We’re creating a job market for young people that’s overly competitive and not particularly lucrative.