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Career Profile: Automotive Service Technician

April 29th, 2013; By Wendy Chiavalon

Do you… • Enjoy working with your hands? • Enjoy fixing cars, trucks, motorcycles or small engines? • Want to learn more about electrical, hydraulics (fluid power), pneumatics (air power) […]

Astronomers: Observers of Space

April 29th, 2013; By Bel Harris

It’s easy to imagine an astronomer spending their days (or, rather, their nights) gazing up at the stars observing planetary activity and other celestial bodies. To a certain extent you […]

Tree Planting as a Summer Job

April 26th, 2013; By Laurel Walsh

The most common summer job field for teens is the food service industry followed closely by the retail trade industry, according to the American Bureau of Labour Statistics. That means that most of us spend our summers flipping burgers or folding […]

Career Profile: Psychiatrist

April 26th, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

Psychiatry is a specialization that is chosen after taking medical school. Being a psychiatrist means working in a clinic, a hospital, or a professional organization that caters to the mentally […]

Becoming An Architect

April 26th, 2013; By Architecture Canada

What is Architecture all about? Architecture is the art, the science and the business of building. Architects create homes, office towers, schools and churches. They are talented people with a […]

Education Options for Registered Nurses

April 25th, 2013; By Canadian Nurses Association

The Canadian Nurses Association believes that the knowledge, skills and personal attributes that today’s health system demands of its RNs can be gained only through broad-based bachelor’s nursing programs. With […]

Teaching English as a Career

April 20th, 2013; By Susan Huebert

The English language has a lot of short, easy words. Just think of words like “run” — a short, three-letter word that is easy to spell and easy to learn. […]