Canadian tech workers least likely to explore new careers, according to Indeed

Feb 28 16:02 2020 Print This Article

While exploring new fields is common among many on the job hunt in Canada, software engineers and web developers rarely seek new careers, a recent report from Indeed revealed. The research, published by Indeed economist, Brendon Bernard, measured how often Canadian job seekers consider changing occupations by comparing their most recent work experience, as indicated…

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