Published on May, 2016

If I Knew Then…

May 31st, 2016; By Arthur W. Buerk

Advice on careers, finance, and life from Harvard Business School’s Class of 1963 Each month, JobsPeopleDo will be featuring a special quote from a graduate of the Harvard Business School […]

Benefits of Pursuing a Skilled Trade for Female Workers

May 31st, 2016; By L. Tetro

In the last article, we explored the challenges for women working in the skilled trades.  It can’t be denied that female skilled workers may face obstacles. But today we are […]

The Pros and Cons of Apprenticeship

May 31st, 2016; By Meghan Brown

Deciding on an Apprenticeship in the Trades Going to college or university isn’t for everyone. You may not be interested in living the student life, or you may prefer working […]

Why Does the Economy Affect Certain Jobs in the Trades?

May 31st, 2016; By Susan Huebert

If a job is useful, you would think that it should always be important. People always need electrical work and plumbing in their homes and offices, for example, and experts […]

The Importance of Financial Literacy- Knowledge is Power!

May 31st, 2016; By Meghan Brown

What is Financial Literacy? Financial literacy is a term describing how much a person understands about the way money works – both personal finances, and larger things such as investments […]

Lorne Fraser Educational Fund for British Columbia Students With Mental Illness

May 31st, 2016; By NEADS

Via Neads.ca About the bursary: Each year, the Lorne Fraser Educational Fund awards several bursaries to people with a mental illness to help further their pursuit of post-secondary education. Bursary […]

Researching Scholarships for Over-Seas Education

May 31st, 2016; By Susan Huebert

Going to university or college after high school can lead to many good career opportunities, but it can also be expensive. Many scholarships are available for people studying in Canada, […]