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Most post-secondary institutions offer exchange programs where B.C. students can learn at an institution outside of Canada.
It’s nine years since the Ministry of Advanced Education began tracking how many high school student go on to either college or university.
Years ago, with decent jobs, most students were able to cover the cost of going to college or university.
If we knew everything ahead of time, we would be able to predict what kind of skills and jobs are going to be required in the future.
You’re unemployed and you want a good job that pays well and has high job security. Where do you start?
Years ago in elementary school my brother-in-law took a career test and was told he should become a farmer.
Last week’s column ended on a note about the importance of the middle class to ensure income equality in Canada.
In this day and age it’s easy to dwell on the negatives such as the economy, unemployment, and the rising price of groceries.