Leveraging the Skills of Social Sciences and Humanities Graduates
Released: Friday January 31, 2020
As the future of work continues to evolve, so too do the skills that Canadians will need to succeed.
The Public Policy Forum, the Future Skills Centre, and Ryerson University’s Diversity Institute will release eight reports in Jan. to identify the most important issues currently impacting the skills ecosystem in Canada. Read key takeaways in each report that will strengthen policymaking and build a strong foundation intended to help support further research by exploring the latest developments at home and around the world.
Skills Next reports were published over two weeks in Jan. and a third release is scheduled for summer 2020:
Skills Next profiles a diverse set of authors who are engaged in the skills ecosystem through various roles, including through research, activism, and policymaking, have been carefully selected to provide a broad range of perspectives while also foregrounding the Canadian context. Their varied backgrounds, experiences, and expertise have shaped their individual perspectives, their analyses of the current skills ecosystem, and the reports they have authored.
Skills Next is funded by the Government of Canada’s Future Skills Centre.
Contact: Tomek Sysak, Communications Specialist