The pace of change is creating job stresses like never before. Globalization is making our world smaller at the same time as artificial intelligence is threatening entire categories of employment.
Then there's the ongoing challenges posed by COVID-19.
Uncertainty, however, can also breed opportunity, particularly if one chooses the right educational path.
If you're in the mood to "skill up" or just want to learn what's going on at various campuses, check out the articles below.
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A new SFU president, Joy Johnson, will also soon begin her five-year term; another B.C. research university continues its search for a president. Education Aug 13
In the face of a public-health crisis, VFS continues to deliver its high-calibre curriculum. Tech Aug 13
The MET program includes 21 courses and offers students an alternative of studying for a degree or a certificate. Education Aug 13
B.C.-based Ashton College takes pride in putting adult learners on new career paths with the proper Canadian credentials. Education Aug 13
B.C. is the only province in Canada to offer this credential, which is fairly common in the United States. Education Aug 13
Even though it's a large university, it takes pride in small class sizes. Education Aug 13
A refugee finds success in Canada—and inspires others to realize that it's never too late to give up on one's goals. Education Aug 12
Former SFU guard Othniel Spence played a pivotal role in rallying opposition to the "Clan" name for SFU's varsity sports teams. Education Aug 11
In his first term he had many successes and one major controversy.