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The Schulich School of Business in Toronto needs no introduction. It is known around the world as one of the top business schools in Canada. It offers the best of both worlds – exposure to industry experts, real-life scenarios, and academic learning. Now students who want to elevate their careers in the Supply Chain Management […]

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The Data VizArt Student Challenge is an egg-citing and unique competition for students to explore the world of data storytelling. Created in partnership with CIBC, Deloitte and Tableau, the challenge allows students to use Tableau software to address a pressing modern issue. Students examine the presented dataset and create a data visualization with their findings. […]

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If you’re reading this, chances are you’re just entering the job market. One thing that’s great about the younger generation is how technologically aware we are. Digital platforms, the newest tech, and social media trends don’t faze us! In fact, according to Aberdeen Research Group, 73% of 18-34-year-olds surveyed found their last job on social […]

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The job recruitment process has become increasingly digital, through online applications, online interviews and even accepting offers through email. The issue is that in many cases you lose what is unique about you through online job applications. Making the process feel increasingly futile as you throw yet another resume in a virtual mountain of applicants […]

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Struggling to find steady employment or even to land a temporary gig? You’re definitely not the only one. When it comes to unemployment, getting hired isn’t the only hard part. It’s the whirlwind of emotions, uncertainty, and angst that comes with the unprecedented freedom and of course, the financial strain. But even though you don’t […]

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Whether it’s the assignments that are due, the social situations that you’re in, or your personal life, the new year always makes things feel as if everything is coming at you from all directions. Your mental health should always be the number one priority, but during the school year, it can fall to the backburner. […]

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Starting a new job is nerve-wracking to say the least. For most, it is a combination of excitement and fear that manifests itself as butterflies in the pit of your stomach, the inability to sleep, and the constant worry about what you need to wear and bring. But every first day is also your first […]

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For as long as you can remember, you’ve had interests, passions and thoughts about what you wanted to do when you grew up. These ambitions come in all forms: personal, academic, professional, financial; we all want to accomplish something, yet once we’re there, we often have no idea where to start. How can we make […]

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The term sounds just like what it means. Job hoppers are eager individuals who ‘jump’ from position to position, in short stretches of time (a few months to around two years). The act of hopping (also known as ‘churning’) has gained more momentum than ever before. In fact, 75% of Millennials (ages 18-34) strongly believe […]

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We all love to travel. Even though it can be very expensive, there’s no reason why costs should diminish all your ability to have fun! There are many tips and tricks on how to travel for cheaper while still having a five-star experience. So we have rounded up our favourite tips for you all. Pack […]

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I joined the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) when I was 16 years old. At the time I was unfocused and unambitious. After concentrating on my personal development in the Army, I gained the confidence and aspiration I needed to advance my civilian career. When I joined the Army in 2012 during my co-op semester I […]

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When you’re buried in textbooks, juggling projects and prepping for exams, the only thing that might be keeping you going is knowing that you’ll have an entire month off soon! All you have to do is get through these last few weeks, and then you can finally breathe. As much as party-hopping, sleeping in, or […]