What are some post-secondary diplomas or degrees or trades do you not find helpful landing a related job in Canada?
https://www.theglobeandmail.com/report- ... e37764629/
As students move away from the humanities, universities adapt
https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/na ... e34207300/
Journalism programs struggle to adapt to changing times
https://www.universityaffairs.ca/featur ... ing-times/
Canadian universities test accepting great students with not-so-great grades -- what do you know, Kwatlen is now a University!
https://www.macleans.ca/education/canad ... at-grades/
Then I saw a post on RFD about how even Environment Science degrees (4-year Science program) is not enough to land related job opportunities.
I know we can debate about how chemical engineering is hard to come by in Ontario versus Alberta or how there aren't a lot of STEM jobs out there, especially on Math but it's probably better to discuss which programs we should be avoiding at all cost just to not have to regret spending our hard-earned money without any ROI. I know brilliant people in Arts Degrees, if given the chance, will probably do well in functions like Privacy, HR, even Communications, etc. but that's only if their resume is given a second or third look.
Would love to hear your thoughts about which programs to avoid and why.
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