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Future of Work

Annotated Bibliography

A curated resource of recent research on trends shaping Canada's labor market.

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Total articles: 382

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March, 2024 | Hardy, V.
Key Takeaway: In the period from October to December 2022, an average of 871,000 Canadians had a main job involving gig work.

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April, 2024 | Janzen, N.
Key Takeaway: Slower population growth could reduce price pressures in Canadian markets, especially in housing, but may heighten challenges related to the aging population.

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March, 2024 | Kenyon, M., & McDonough, L.
Key Takeaway: The In Motion & Momentum+ career readiness program could highlight the importance of pre-employability skills for workers.

January, 2024 | Ray, B., & Preston, V.
Key Takeaway: Challenges in Canada's housing market are hindering the integration and economic stability of immigrants and temporary migrants.

January, 2024 | Desormeaux, M., & Jean-Jacobs, F.
Key Takeaway: Labour shortages in the construction industry present an ongoing challenge that could be solved by immigration.

January, 2024 | The Daily
Key Takeaway: Immigrants who had Canadian work experience prior to admission saw increased wages post-COVID.

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