‘Double-edged sword’: Okanagan workforce braces for record number of people retiring – Okanagan

in Apr 27, 2022

People who live in the Okanagan are a little older than the rest of the country. According to Census information released by Statistics Canada on Tuesday, Penticton, B.C., is the oldest city with an average age of over 48.9 years old. In Vernon, the average age is around 47.2 years and in Kelowna residents are[…]

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4 mistakes people make on their resumé and how to avoid them – National

in Sep 16, 2019

The first step to getting your dream job is crafting a killer resumé — one that’s clear, concise and demonstrates why you’re the best candidate. But in an increasingly competitive job market, it’s tougher than ever to create a resumé that will make you stand out among hundreds of other applicants. Career experts Maureen McCann[…]

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Manitoba government employee survey shows fewer people satisfied with work – Winnipeg

in May 10, 2019

A new survey says less than 40 per cent of Manitoba civil servants feel as though they are valued employees. The 2018 employment engagement survey shows a significant decline in the number of people feeling satisfied with their departments and their work since the last survey in 2015. Many employees in the survey say government[…]

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Honduran caravan of as many as 800 people sets off for the United States – National

Honduran caravan of as many as 800 people sets off for the United States – National

in Jan 15, 2019

[ad_1] Hundreds of Honduran migrants began the long trek north on Monday, part of new U.S.-bound caravan that hopes to succeed even as a previous wave of Central Americans were unable to quickly enter the United States. Central American migrant caravans have become a flashpoint in the debate over U.S. immigration policy, as President Donald[…]

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