Students are mainly interested in learning about transferable skills and knowing which skills are most at risk of becoming obsolete in the future — but find it challenging to translate their understanding of skill requirements into concrete choices.
It is clear why so many Canadians choose polytechnics and colleges: intensive, outcomes-based, applied learning delivers strong labour market dividends. But what exactly differentiates applied learning?
How Much Do They Make? New Evidence on the Early Career Earnings of Canadian Post-Secondary Education Graduates
This new report looks at labour market earnings of post-secondary education graduates with some interesting results on the differences by credential, field of study, gender and international student status.