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Monthly Archives: June 2020

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Guide: How to Choose a Career

When we ask people about the most meaningful parts of their life, family, health and work often rank as the top three. Choosing the type of work you’ll do, therefore, is arguably one of the most important decisions you can make. You can…

Kirkland Crushes $4 billion, What They Do and How They Do It

Think of the implications, a demanding client who believes partners from their outside counsel compete to over deliver. Even as COVID-19 is making law firms take pause, Kirkland is out there bringing in laterals and going after the restructuring business. These are 2…

The 7 Highest-Paying Jobs at Nonprofits—And Which Degrees Are Needed

If you’d like to spend your days helping people or working for a cause you feel passionate about, finding a job at a nonprofit might be for you. Focused on a socially-driven mission rather than financial gain, nonprofit careers offer an opportunity to earn a…

3 Keys To Making Yourself More Recession Proof

Are you prepped if Canada’s economy slows? Let’s all rub our crystal balls. Mmm, maybe a bit more. Now predict if you could survive a nasty setback to Canada’s economy. Is your job safe if things go downhill? #NewsFlash: no one is indispensable…

How Much Money Do You Earn as a Social Worker? MSW Salary Trends in 2020

You can become a social worker with a bachelor’s degree, but your earning potential will be limited. The jobs you’ll qualify for with a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) will mainly be entry-level and non-clinical positions, which are some of the lowest-paid in…

What happens when employees are fired for complaining at work

It’s illegal for an employer to fire an employee for complaining under the Fair Work Act, but in a study of 30 courts cases we found it’s difficult for employees to prove they have been fired because of complaining or questioning their employer. The vast majority…