Jane Muskens talks about adults heading back to college for upgraded skills
I’ve tried to convince him that now is the time to consider going back to school. He refuses to consider this an option.
More adults over 40 are returning to school—and, as far as I’m concerned, you are never too old to learn.
Make time to be inspired by others who give back to the community.
[Survey shows] 40 per cent of youth who drop out of high school don’t have the …literacy skills required to apply for jobs in Canada.
Jane Muskens on what is motivating many young adults in their career choices
If you look at the cost of buying a house in Canada, you can see why many young adults are motivated by salary.
These days, a smaller share of a business's profits go to the labourers who help earn it.
Unions in particular, say there are enough Canadians to fill work positions as the Canadian north continues to develop.
Think of a career as doing something that fulfills your life.
Some graduates find employment in their field of study a lot faster than others.
Education columnist Jane Muskens talks about people who leave a trade to teach it instead.
Today we can build buildings that contribute to the environment, instead of detract from it.
Opting for low-skilled, low-paid jobs (can) lead to a life of chronic unemployment.
Jobs vs environmental concerns a conflict for First Nations people.
Queen’s University recently published a number of recommendations on student mental health and wellness.
Research Universities Council of B.C. identified a plan for the future of post-secondary education based on three pillars.
The province is giving Okanagan College $28 million towards a renovation and expansion of the Kelowna campus trades training facility.
Tips for entering college range from diet, exercise and time management to how to cope with being away from home for the first time.
One new program at Okanagan College was an Animation Fundamentals certificate.