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Tradespeople in Canada – The retirement of older ones and the declining labour force participation rate is expected to contribute to labour shortages

We spoke to 175 apprenticeship stakeholders from across Canada. We engaged tradespeople, educators, employers, and other stakeholders in the automotive, construction, manufacturing, and food service sectors. What we found is a generational divide. The Canadian trades workforce is aging at a faster pace relative to the workforce with a university degree. According to the Canadian … Continue reading

Apprenticeship in Canada – Tradespeople’s career: salaries ranging from $80,000 to over $100,000

A national survey was implemented with 754 journeypersons with a view to giving apprenticeship stakeholders a better understanding of tradespeople’s career pathways. Findings provide insights about: income levels; related occupations and career advancement; the value of the Certificate of Qualification and the Red Seal; the benefits and drawbacks of skilled trades careers; mentoring; and recommendations … Continue reading

BC Skills Gap / Only 18 per cent of employers with trades have apprentices

Difficulty finding a job for that valuable work experience is a challenge for many beginning tradespeople Continue reading

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