In light of February’s Tech Career Awareness Month, CareerMash is exploring the lives of women who are rocking the tech industry!
To address the high youth unemployment problem, the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development Trade and Employment launched the “Make Your Pitch’ competition for high school students as part of its Youth Jobs Strategy.
A 2014 Tech Trends Forecast White Paper by Modis Canada reports mobile apps, data analytics, health tech and cyber security as the hottest tech trends of this year. What can these trends tell us about the demand for tech jobs in the future?
A music background cultivates numerous skills tech employers are looking for to fill some of the hottest information and communications technology (ICT) careers around, an Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) study says.
Lay the foundation for your exciting tech career with these four New Year’s resolutions that will help you discover your passions and take you a step closer to becoming a well-rounded tech professional.
CareerMash’s new Tech Career Awareness Month (TCAM) program is launching this February to bring you first-hand tech career guidance from leading tech experts and an opportunity to win a 3D printer for your high school!
Computing and digital technologies like the Internet enhance traditional humanities studies, calling for tech skills like data analytics and game development in the emerging digital humanities field.
Liberal arts students can improve their job prospects by adding tech skills like computer programming, graphic design or data analysis, according to a recent Burning Glass Technologies report.
A recent Workopolis report outlines emerging careers that didn’t exist 10 years ago and most of them are tech-related. Tech innovation is creating hot new tech careers in big data analytics, search engine optimization and more.
Career fairs like BTM TalentMash hosted by the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s ICT Skills (CCICT) in partnership with Ryerson University introduce Business Technology Management students to employers that offer internship, co-op and entry-level employment opportunities that enhance students’ business and tech skills