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Apprenticeships in US / Can lead to good jobs

Instead of racking up debt while going to college, apprentices start earning money within their first year in the classroom Continue reading

China / Are Graduates of General Education Institutions More Competitive in the Job Market ?

In China, the enrolment number in higher education has dramatically increased, 513,000 more than that of 1998, which in total reached 1,597,000. But, are Graduates of General Education Institutions More Competitive in the Job Market ? Continue reading

LinkedIn / Counting on job search and recruitment products

LinkedIn relied on a surge in sales of its recruitment products to exceed revenue and net income expectations Continue reading

Canada / Employment was virtually unchanged after the biggest gain in a decade last month

Canada – In June, employment was virtually unchanged and the unemployment rate remained at 7.1% Continue reading

US / Jobless claims moderate downward trend continues

In the week ending June 29, the advance figure for seasonally adjusted initial claims was 343,000, a decrease of 5,000 from the previous week’s revised figure of 348,000. Continue reading

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