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Find the Right Employees Through Storytelling

The British Columbia Construction Association states that ‘Even though the youth unemployment rate in BC is 14.5%, only 1 in 85 graduates enter the trades directly out of high school. We need that statistic to be 1 in 5 to fill the workforce gap.’ An amazing static, considering how lucrative and innovative careers in trades can be. So yes, there is a skills gap, and figures like this make it nearly impossible to deny. Also evident is the drop of the price of oil and the fall of the Canadian dollar. Both of these drivers push more people to diversify their career choices and explore options that may not include punching the clock at 9:00am, and again at 5:00pm. Or so we thought.

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