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Don’t be surprised if you don’t get as many questions about your educational credentials in your next job interview—the tight labour market and large number of job vacancies have more employers dropping requirements for post-secondary degrees.
Driving the news:
Job openings requiring at least a bachelor’s degree dropped from 46% in 2019 to 41% this year, according to new US data reported
by The Wall Street Journal
Screen grab of a video of a protest at a university in China. Source: @ProfYangZhang / Twitter
China’s government is facing a rare eruption of nationwide protests as frustration mounts over the country’s strict COVID restrictions.
Videos posted on social media showed
demonstrators calling for an end to the government’s zero-COVID policies and clashing with police in cities across China.
Still from video of the Just Stop Oil protest. Source: Rich Felgate.
When insurance giants listed “climate change” as their biggest concern
in a recent survey, they probably didn’t expect the headache that protests against
climate change would bring.
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Starting in January, profits from sales of houses occupied for less than a year will be 100% taxable as income—barring certain exceptions, like death or work relocation.
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The public inquiry into the use of the Emergencies Act to break up convoy protests earlier this year has officially come to a close.
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Someone call a doctor (if you can find one), because the healthcare system is in critical condition.
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A mere 18 months after pulling off the largest IPO in Canadian healthcare history (at the time), Canada’s largest dental office consolidator might be throwing up a FOR SALE sign.
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Canadians are projected to spend 13% less on gift-giving this year
as they save money for essentials, but that doesn’t necessarily mean Black Friday will be a total bust for retailers.
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Have you ever heard the old phrase, “the finer things in life are free”? Well, automakers have a rebuttal, “Okay… but what if they actually cost a little extra?”