Due to an aging baby boomer population, job opportunities are expected to open up across a wide range of skilled occupations in the coming years. According to national projections, about 38 percent of all job openings in Canada between 2017 and 2026 will require at least some college and/or apprenticeship training. This is expected to account for the largest component of new jobs that will be available in Canada.*
Still, when looking at this number, it’s important to understand that this isn’t an across-the-board representation of jobs. So before pursuing a vocational career, you should look into occupation-specific data for where you live.
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