94% of Ontario university grads have secured well-paying jobs two years after graduation: government survey

94% of Ontario university grads have secured well-paying jobs two years after graduation: government survey
The vast majority of Ontario university undergraduates secure jobs just two years after graduation – jobs that are in their field, use the skills learned at university, and pay an average of more than $49,000, according to the 2015 Grad Survey. The survey of graduates of Ontario undergraduate programs conducted for Ontario’s Ministry of Training, ...

Women in the Workplace

Women in the Workplace
Mother’s Day is coming up this weekend, and in acknowledgement of all the work these women put into our lives and the lives of others, My Career Info is looking at the progress of women in the workplace. As this great infographic from Human Resources MBA notes, women have come a long way since 1980, ...

University Works: 2014 Employment Report

University Works: 2014 Employment Report
Some encouraging words to recent university graduates from the Council of Ontario Universities blog: A university education works. In a report prepared by the Council of Ontario University’s own Cecilia Brain, Economist and Senior Policy Analyst at COU, it’s clear that university students are well equipped for career success at the time of graduation. University ...

Ontario university graduates have highest employment, highest income

Ontario university graduates have highest employment, highest income
Toronto, November 19, 2013 — Graduates of Ontario’s undergraduate university programs have higher employment rates and higher incomes than those with any other level of education, the latest provincial government survey shows. More than 92 per cent of 2010 undergrads were employed two years after graduation, up from 86.5 per cent who had jobs within ...