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Description: According to a recent Leger survey, younger Canadians are more pessimistic about the Canadian economy than they were last year at this time. This seems to be reflected in a willingness to hang tight in their current employment versus pursuing a new job. In looking at their personal finances, 22 percent of the respondents felt they were in good shape financially, with another 47 per cent in the middle – or normal – category. Twenty-eight percent regarded their situation as poor.

Date: December 4, 2022



Discussion points:

1) What do you you and your friends at university think about the next year, economically speaking?

2) How do you rate your personal financial situation: good, normal, or poor?

3) Page 1-2 of Wiley’s Financial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making discusses a number of prominent Canadian accountants and their career directions. Do you think accountancy offers positive career choices in today’s economy?

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