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Talking with your parents about your career plans can be tough. But there are ways to make it easier. Follow these suggestions to show you've thought things through.
Young peoples’ ideas about careers change as they mature. Read this article to get ready for your teen’s questions and find ways to offer support.
You can help your child learn about different occupations, industry sectors and opportunities. Find out how to be your child's career coach.
Help your teen make good career choices. This guide offers practical ideas and resources to help parents support teens exploring career options.
When you start to feel overwhelmed, it's time to pick up some organizational tools and create the time and space you need to focus on the things that are important to you.
This program, developed by the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education, helps parents, guardians and teachers discuss financial literacy with youth.