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Microsoft To Cut Up To 3,000 Jobs In Reorganization

Microsoft cutting up to 3,000 jobs in its sales force to reorganize around its cloud computing business. Ahki – An Indigenous Company Connecting You To News Jobs And Content!   CNBC News Online – Microsoft To Cut Up To 3,000 Jobs In Reorganization To Focus On Cloud Computing News –

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Executive Job Market Forecast To Be Stronger Throughout 2017 According to New Report

Executive Job Market Forecast To Be Stronger Throughout 2017 According to New Report – BlueSteps, the executive career management service by the worldwide Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC), released their 2017 Executive Career Outlook. The new report collects insights from more than 1,200 management-level professionals around the

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The Impact of Automation on Canada’s Labour Market

Future Shock? The Impact of Automation on Canada’s Labour Market – Automation poses no doomsday scenario for jobs in Canada, suggests a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute. In “Future Shock? The Impact of Automation on Canada’s Labour Market,” authors Matthias Oschinski and Rosalie Wyonch find that a drastic

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Registered Nurses Association of Ontario ‘gunning for’ Jobs of Registered Practical Nurses

The Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) is ‘gunning for’ the jobs of thousands of Registered Practical Nurses (RPNs) in the province, the Ontario Public Service Employees Union said today. “Last year, the RNAO kicked off Nursing Week by issuing a position paper claiming that changes to the nursing mix

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US Natural Gas and Oil Infrastructure Could Support Over 1 Million Jobs

U.S. natural gas and oil infrastructure could support over 1 million jobs, study says – API released a new study that shows private investment in U.S. natural gas and oil infrastructure could create over 1 million U.S. jobs. “By 2035, if the right regulatory policies are in place, private investment

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Brewery Brings Jobs, Excitement and Opportunity

Molson Coors Canada officially broke ground for its modern Fraser Valley brewery. Located in Chilliwack, British Columbia, the new brewery will play a critical role in the company’s supply chain as the western Canadian brewing and distribution centre for beer, cider and specialty products. Senior executives from Molson Coors Canada,

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Forestry Sector Will Fight For Jobs And Communities

The U.S. Department of Commerce has announced preliminary countervailing duties on Canadian softwood lumber. The duties, a response to a petition filed by the Committee Overseeing Action for Lumber International Trade Investigations or Negotiations (COALITION), are set at: West Fraser 24.12%, Canfor 20.26%, Tolko 19.5%, Resolute 12.82%, JD Irving 3.02%,

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​Advertise Jobs To Indigenous, First Nations, Newcomers, Inuit, Métis, Students, Aboriginal Canadians, Youth, Persons With Disabilities, Immigrants and Veterans

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Survey Finds That Hiring Veterans Remains a Strong Focus

Survey Finds That Hiring Veterans Remains a Strong Focus, but Veteran Job Satisfaction Takes a Dip Having one of the largest forces in the world, caring for U.S. veterans when they leave the military includes helping them find gainful employment. According to a recent CareerBuilder survey, 37 percent of employers

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Part Time Jobs Drive Canada’s Job Gain

The Canadian economy unexpectedly added tens of thousands of jobs for the second month in a row in October, but with the gain driven by part-time work, the Bank of Canada was likely to remain cautious about the outlook for the economy. Statistics Canada said on Friday employment jumped by

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How The Next President Could Impact Jobs

How The Next President Could Impact Jobs – But what do America’s two nominees for president have in mind for the job market in their first 100 days? As the Bureau of Labor Statistics prepares to release its monthly job market data for October on Friday, the results could potentially

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Ontario Projected To Create 300,000 Jobs By End of 2019

Ontario’s economy continued to show signs of strength – Ontario’s economy continued to show signs of strength, adding 13,900 jobs in March. More than 600,000 jobs have been created since the recessionary low in June 2009. Ontario is projected to create more than 300,000 jobs by the end of 2019,

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Canada Adds 40,600 Jobs In March

Canada adds 40,600 jobs in March, unemployment rate falls – Canada added far more jobs than expected last month, lifted by accelerated hiring in the service sector and bringing the unemployment rate down from a three-year high, data from Statistics

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Jobs And Millions of Economic Activity At Risks For The Uncertain Preservation of 96 Caribou

Government Risks 2931 Jobs And $367 Million of Economic Activity For The Uncertain Preservation of 96 Caribou – The implementation of a more restrictive plan to protect the boreal caribou could cost thousands of jobs in affected regions, reminds the

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Things You Should Not Do in When Applying For Jobs

Once Bitten, Twice Shy, Third Time Stupid – Over the years in recruitment, I have seen many job applicants make the same mistake again and again. This is a fatal mistake that I feel need to be addressed. These are

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IT Jobs A Promising Future

IT Jobs: A promising Future – Information technology has entered almost in all sphere of our life. From electricity bill payment to shopping all are related and effected by IT in some way to other. Industries are automating their task

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11,000 Coal Miners Lost Their Jobs In Last Year

11,000 Coal Miners Lost Their Jobs In The Last Year – Bureau of Labor Statistics reports there were around 56,700 coal miners employed across the U.S. as of March 2016, which is down about 11,200 jobs from March 2015 when

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South Africa Trade Unions Concerned Impact Drought Will Have On Economy And Jobs

South Africa Trade Unions Noted Concerns Impact Of The Ongoing Drought Will Have On The Economy And Jobs – The Congress of South African Trade Unions has noted the concerning reports ,about dwindling water supplies across the country because of

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China’s Five jobs As Most Likely To Be Best Paying Occupations Next Five Years And Beyond

Five jobs in have been identified as those most likely to be the best-paying occupations over the next five years and beyond. The upcoming five-year plan approved by the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party shows the trend. Software

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Unanimous Vote To Sustain Duties On Imports Protecting American Steelworker Jobs

The United Steelworkers (USW) confirmed a unanimous vote by the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) to sustain anti-dumping duties on steel plate imports from China that are protecting thousands of American union steelworker jobs at plate mills in Pennsylvania, Indiana

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Trend Could Turn Temporary Customer Support Jobs Into Gainful Long-term Employment.

Winter Seasonal Jobs Present Full-Time Opportunities for Jobseekers – Promising Trend Could Turn Temporary Customer Support Jobs Into Gainful Long-term Employment. As the holiday season approaches, openings for winter seasonal jobs flood the labor market and online job boards. Job

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Why The US Economy Needs More Construction Jobs

Why The Economy Needs More Construction Jobs – The economy has added about a million construction jobs in the past few years, but the number remains far below the pre-recession peak of about 7.7 million. Few economists expect the U.S.

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Twitter Apologizes After Post on Its Diversity Problems

Twitter Apologizes After Post on Its Diversity Problems – Twitter’s senior vice president of engineering, Alex Roetter, also went to Medium to list several actions to increase diversity at Twitter. He also called Twitter’s current efforts “unacceptable.” The first step

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Ontario’s Economy Continues To Create Jobs

Ontario’s economy continues to create jobs, with 29,200 jobs added in October in the midst of a challenging global economy. This brings the total increase in employment since the recessionary low in June 2009 to 559,600. Ontario experienced employment growth

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Trudeau’s Rookies Handed Huge Jobs In Parliament

Is true that most Canadians could not have named more than a handful of Stephen Harper ministers, but this quintet will quickly become known, not the least because Trudeau has promised his ministers the respect and freedom to make decisions,

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New Alberta Job Creation Initiative Will Support 27,000 New Jobs Next Two Years

New Alberta Job Creation Initiative will support workers, employers and families during the current economic downturn. The Job Creation Incentive Program will support employers in creating as many as 27,000 new jobs a year over the next two years.  

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YES! Winnipeg Aims To Bring 4,500 Jobs To City In Five Years

Economic Development Winnipeg’s YES! Winnipeg aims to bring 4,500 new jobs to the city in the next five years with help from a $775,000 investment from the province, Jobs and the Economy Minister Kevin Chief announced today. “The hard work

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Manitoba Government Invests $3 Million To Hire Teachers

The Manitoba government continues to invest in student success by providing $3 million in new funding to hire more teachers and keep kindergarten to Grade 3 classes smaller, Education and Advanced Learning Minister James Allum announced today. “With smaller classes,

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Innovative Agreement Delivers Benefits And Forestry Jobs

‘Namgis First Nation will see benefits from proposed treaty lands early, thanks to an innovative agreement that supports both reconciliation with ‘Namgis and forestry operations on northern Vancouver Island. The Province of British Columbia and ‘Namgis (pronounced Num-gees) have signed

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General Electric Said It Will Move Along With 350 Jobs To Canada

WASHINGTON — General Electric Co. said it will move production of large, gas-powered engines to Canada from Wisconsin, along with 350 jobs, to access export financing no longer available in

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