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Interpreting labour market information Every week, there are news reports about expanding and downsizing businesses, growing and declining industries, and overall trends affecting the labour market. When Statistics Canada publishes new labour market information, news and business reporters analyse it and present their conclusions. When you read or hear reports about labour market trends, ask yourself a couple of questions. How could this trend affect me? 28 | Government of Alberta, Employment, Immigration and Industry When Linda started researching occupations, the job of administrative assistant at a local school caught her attention.
What’s the difference between different types of post-secondary institutions? How do I choose an educational program? How do I apply? It also includes overviews of educational institutions, a features chart and up-to date program information. Amy was 90 when she decided she wanted to write her family history. A stroke made writing difficult, but that did not stop her. She arranged to have a trainer come to her assisted-living facility once a week to teach her how to use a computer. Now she is teaching others in the residence.
But that does not necessarily mean you have to go back to school. Don’t assume that you need a particular credential. Talk to people employed in fields that interest you. Ask them about the knowledge and skills they need to do their work. You may find that you already have an equivalent combination of experience and education. Or, you may find that there is more than one way to obtain the education or training you need. You have learned a great many things from experience. Most employers recognize that.
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