Feds’ revamped employment strategy has potential address today’s challenges
By Kathy AbusowJun. 10, 2019
Flexible programs like Ottawa’s new strategy, which take into account the particular circumstances of young job seekers, give us the chance to tackle these barriers head on and ensure that high-quality jobs—such as those in forestry—get filled by youth who need and want the work.
Labour Minister Patty Hajdu recently rolled out an updated strategy aimed at helping youth find jobs in today's economy. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade
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