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Plan Your Career

Use Workplace Trends to Find a Career That Fits

From remote work to the green economy, workplace trends can point the way to career opportunities that did not exist even a few years ago. Learn to spot trends and use current labour market information to discover career options you may never have considered.

Emerging Trends

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Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Learn how you can use the latest artificial intelligence (AI) tools to plan your career, look for work, and become more efficient on the job. 


Occupations in Demand

Want to know what jobs Alberta employers will need to fill over the next few years? Researchers keep an eye on the labour market. They put together lists of occupations that are likely to be in high, medium, or lower demand over the next 3 years. Take a look and see if any might work for you.

Working Remotely

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When 9 to 5 Is Not Enough: Build a Career You Love

The labour market is changing fast. Some workers—especially younger ones—are finding opportunity by building non-traditional careers that fit their specific wants and needs. Could a non-linear career path be right for you?

Building Your Career During a Retirement Boom

With baby boomers leaving the workforce in droves, Canada has more job vacancies than people to fill them. As our population ages, the challenge will only increase. All this change can bring opportunities for younger workers.
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Micro-Credentials Can Boost Your Career

Micro-credentials are a hot topic in higher education and industry. Because they help workers train quickly for new jobs and careers, micro-credentials are changing how society views and uses higher education. What could this mean for you?
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Use Labour Market Information to Boost Your Career

You want to make good education and career decisions. Discover how labour market information can help you find trends and opportunities in the job market.

Spot Trends and Transitions

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