- Employment in Canada's clean energy sector has jumped 37 per cent in the past five years and now exceeds employment in the oilsands.
- No one is seriously addressing the mismatch of skills and available jobs — and it should be Ottawa’s task to confront the problem.
- Students from the social sciences and humanities have more stable careers in the long run than those who pursue more highly paid disciplines like computer science, which go through boom and bust cycles.
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51 percent of employed 2014 college grads are in jobs that don't require a degree.