Where The Jobs Are

Where The Jobs Are
Labour market predictions show that the majority of future jobs will require a university degree. So where are the jobs? See the list of occupations that are predicted to experience labour shortages in the coming years in this infographic by the Council of Ontario Universities. Download an accessible PDF version here.

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, ...

Ontario university graduates are getting jobs: 93 per cent in well-paying jobs two years after graduation, government survey shows

Ontario university graduates are getting jobs: 93 per cent in well-paying jobs two years after graduation, government survey shows
  Toronto, September 03, 2014— The vast majority of graduates of Ontario’s undergraduate university programs are getting well-paying jobs in their fields soon after graduation, the latest government survey shows. More than 93 per cent of 2011 undergrads had jobs two years after graduation, up from 87.4 per cent who were employed within six months ...

Study: Where can that liberal arts degree take you on the Canadian job market right now?

Study: Where can that liberal arts degree take you on the Canadian job market right now?
  Most Canadians surveyed told us that they believe educational choices should be tied to job market demands. (And almost 75% say that they are not working in jobs that are related to their studies.) That is why for our recent Thinkopolis research report, we looked at the education Canadians listed on their resumes in ...

B.A. grads have better pay and more career options

B.A. grads have better pay and more career options
“A university education is still a solid path to high employment and high earnings for those who want those rewards,” says Economist Cecilia Brain in the Globe and Mail. Want to read more about what recent university grads can expect to find in the job market as convocation season comes to a close? Read more ...

Work Story Wednesday: Employee Relations Officer

Work Story Wednesday: Employee Relations Officer
It’s another Work Story Wednesday! Check out the story of Jennifer Tozer, the employee relations officer with Thames Valley District School Board in London, Ontario. Tozer is a graduate of Western University, having received her degree in Bachelor in Administrative and Commerical Studies, with a specialization in Human Resources. She completed her designation as a ...

Work Story Wednesday: University of Toronto Alumni

Work Story Wednesday: University of Toronto Alumni
Four alumni offer advice to graduating students about finding a job and transitioning out of university There are so many career possibilities for recent graduates once you’ve earned your degree! Read about what these University of Toronto graduates got up to after their graduation. Then go to Work Story to read more graduate stories on ...