No need to pick a career on the first week of university

No need to pick a career on the first week of university
  TORONTO – Students who worry too much about picking the “perfect” major as they enter university aren’t necessarily setting themselves up for success, say experts who caution that school should be seen as time to learn, network and explore different career paths. “Sometimes university is about more than getting it perfectly, it’s often about ...

Work Story Wednesday: Ryerson grad starts own business

Work Story Wednesday: Ryerson grad starts own business
  THE CHALLENGE In 2010, Brennan McEachran founded Toronto-based SoapBox to build software technology that aggregates crowdsourced ideas. Lots of different organizations – ranging from ski camps to universities to non-profits to multinationals – want to get feedback from employees, customers, students, donors and volunteers, and early on Mr. McEachran saw the diverse possible uses ...

Toronto startup – Deskribed – wants to make your job hunt easier

Toronto startup - Deskribed - wants to make your job hunt easier
The dream job. It seems like an elusive concept at best. Lucky for you, a new startup out of Toronto is working to help job hunters find this dream job by factoring in quality of life factors like commute times, work culture, seniority, and more. Find out more by visiting the article below. — “The ...

Work Story Wednesday: Story of a social advocate & filmmaker

Work Story Wednesday: Story of a social advocate & filmmaker
We all need some motivation in the job hunt. This Work Story Wednesday, you will be sure to feel inspired with the story of Sue Chun, a 2012 graduate of Ryerson University’s Radio & Television Arts program. Chun is a recent recipient of the YWCA Women of Distinction Award for her work as a filmmaker ...