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Retraining Funding and Supports in Canada – A guide by province and territory

The onset of the pandemic triggered 2.7 million job losses across industries. While Canada’s labour market recently showed signs of growth, there is also a rise in job vacancies as some workers re-evaluate their career goals and work-life values. According to Randstad Canada, 43% of working Canadians say they are likely to look for a new job in 2022. In this fluid pandemic landscape, financial support from federal and provincial governments is available to help jobseekers pursuing a career shift, as well as employers who want to retrain staff. Here are funding and supports for individuals and organizations, organized by province and territory.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story @ : A guide to retraining funding and supports by province and territory – CareerWise

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