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How to Join the Workforce When You’re Short on Experience

If you’ve just graduated from high school or university, it’s a good idea to stay in touch with your teachers and people you’ve met on projects or internships for future references. Get comfortable with letting people know you’re looking for work, because all kinds of people may know of open job opportunities.

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How Will Canada Leverage Its Innovation Potential?

Canada has much of the infrastructure in place in order to grow its innovation economy. The country is home to a number of globally-ranked universities, and cities like Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver are hubs for globally successful start-ups. It’s the beginning of a great ecosystem, but it needs more.

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The future of tech careers

Starting in on a tech career and nervous about the numbers? Before you lose sleep, it’s important to look at trends in the industry here in Canada, because there are lots of reasons to be optimistic. At the same time, it’s good to be prepared, so check out our tips for weathering storms, and taking advantage of opportunities.

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Paying attention to recruitment matters now more than ever

Tech companies and other highly-skilled industries in Canada continue to experience workforce shortages. So why can’t we simply recruit the workers we need? While hiring seems like a straightforward process, the reality is that it isn’t an easy task in the current climate. Hiring new staff can be a long and expensive undertaking, so we’ll highlight some challenges many recruiters face, and look at how to deal with them.

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Five skills that make great tech salespeople

Inherently complex and technical products need simple explanations that are seamlessly aligned to the needs of potential customers. It’s just one example of a critical skill set for tech salespeople. So now that you’re here, let’s take a look five of the most important skills and attributes that are especially vital for tech sales people.

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Palette Skills launches program to upskill business and technology talent into Saskatchewan’s growing automation and digital agriculture space

Today, Palette Skills, in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan and Enterprise Machine Intelligence & Learning Initiative (EMILI) announced the launch of the Automation and Digital Agriculture Specialist Program. With a co-investment from Protein Industries of Canada, it is a new rapid upskilling program to help employers in the Agri-Food sector find skilled talent to fuel the growth of their businesses.

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Why Cybersecurity Could Be For You

It has been estimated that there are 4.2 million people working in cybersecurity, but that 2.7 million more people are needed to combat growing threats. That means that those looking for a career change would be wise to consider cybersecurity. But what do cybersecurity jobs entail? In this article, we explain more about what you can expect from a role in cybersecurity and the state of the field more generally.

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Demand-Driven Upskilling Leads to Successful Job Placements

Demand-Driven Upskilling Leads to Successful Job Placements

At Palette Skills, we are focused on helping innovative companies find the talent they need by identifying untapped talent pools and upskilling workers into new, high demand jobs across different sectors. We are often asked about our approach to solving this challenge and the program model we engage to develop solutions. The lessons below illustrate some of the insights we’ve gained  over the years as we’ve tested and expanded on our work.

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