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Description: What do you really need to know about  job churn? This concept of job churn sounds a bit unpleasant Рand indeed it is. Young Canadians are facing increased job insecurity, with jobs offering any sense of permanency fading from the scene. Part time work and jobs with no benefits are a new normal. About 40 percent of Canadians between ages 21 and 29 are still living with parents, up from 27 percent 30 years ago.

Date: October 28, 2016

Source: theglobeandmail.com

Link:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/economy/jobs/canadian-youth-working-low-paid-temporary-jobs/article32579528/

 

Discussion Points:

1) Have you heard of this concept of job churn? Are you concerned about it?

2) What does the future look like for the graduating class at your university?

3)  Why do we have job churn and uncertain futures for our educated youth in a rich democracy like Canada?

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