«Elementary» column

Financial Literacy at an Early Age

April 30th, 2018; By Susan Huebert

Most people in Canada learn how to read when they are still young. Soon after that they begin to learn about arithmetic, history, and all kinds of other topics, but […]

Occupational Therapists

April 30th, 2018; By Marianne Stephens

What the job is: Occupational therapists, depending on the organization they work for, help people deal with injury, illness or health disorders to return back to work or leisure. The […]

American Sign Language Interpreter

April 30th, 2018; By author below

By Helena Wright American sign language (ASL) is known as a language that uses various hand gestures to symbolize words and meanings. Sign language interpreters essentially translate the gestures that […]

Career Profile: Anthropologist/Archaeologist

April 28th, 2018; By Meghan Brown

When you look around your house, or walk through your city, do you ever wonder about the people who lived there before you? Are you fascinated with how humans lived […]

Career Profile: Fire Investigator

April 28th, 2018; By Meghan Brown

When there is a fire at a home or business, it is important to learn the cause.  Fire investigators are professionals who are specially trained to examine the site of […]

Saving the World One Project at a Time: A Profile of Environmental Engineers

April 28th, 2018; By Anthony Teles

The world is changing at a rate like never before. City populations are getting bigger and technology is more advanced. That has a major impact on the environment. We are […]

Career Profile: Paralegal and Legal Assistants

April 1st, 2018; By Marianne Stephens

Paralegals and legal assistants are two very different careers depending on the firm’s need for them. Paralegals can make up to $25/hr. Legal assistants are at the same pay level […]