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The State of Financial Recruitment

February 15, 2014

Sometimes it’s best to let the pictures (and the numbers) do the talking, so eFinancialCareers present an enlightening infographic of global jobs data from last year. Source

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The Recovering 2012 Job Market

December 20, 2012

Since 2008, the job market has been brutal, but it appears there may be some hope on the horizon for college grads. A recent recruitment survey by Michigan State University asked over 8,000 employers about their hiring plans for 2012, and much to the comfort of soon-to-be graduates, many firms plan to increase hiring this […]

Increase Job Satisfaction with a Myers-Briggs Personality Test

Increase Job Satisfaction with a Myers-Briggs Personality Test

November 25, 2012

Think you have what it takes to be a crime scene investigator? Or are you better suited for the medical field or computer technology? With so many career choices, it’s difficult to settle on one. For more than 50 years, people have used the Myers-Briggs Personality Test to chart their career path. From pursuing an […]

Who Pays for University Education in BC?

Who Pays for University Education in BC?

June 21, 2012

This study shows that university graduates more than pay off the cost of their undergraduate degrees: degrees mean higher incomes, which mean higher taxes paid into the public treasury. Source

Education Levels Around the World

Education Levels Around the World

June 15, 2012

Though we love designing and creating inspired children’s clothing, children’s education is one issue that is always top of mind, as parents and citizens of the world. This is why we continue to support the efforts of The Global Fund for Children, whose mission is to advance the dignity of children and youth around the […]