New immigrants in Canada are earning more money. Here's who makes the most
Out of all immigrant worker categories, those who have both work and study experience before admission into Canada had the highest median wage a year after entry. Those who arrived in Canada in 2018 achieved a median wage of CA$44,600, an amount higher than the median wage of CA$38,800 among the Canadian-born population for that year- almost 15% more.
Companies from Tesla to Coinbase are laying off workers: Here are 3 things to do first if you lose your job
Losing your job and income is incredibly disruptive, setting off a myriad of financial and existential problems.By focusing on the first steps you should take after a layoff, though, you can prevent spiraling too much and up your odds of a positive next chapter, experts say.
Atos CEO Leaves After Boardroom Debate
Atos CEO Rodolphe Belmer is leaving after only five months on the job, and the IT consulting firm is now exploring a breakup plan that could organize the business into two publicly head companies. Among the question marks: Will the Atos breakup strategy attract potential private equity, MSP or MSSP buyers for various Atos business assets focused on digital transformation, big data, cybersecurity and managed infrastructure? Knee-jerk reaction to the breakup plan were negative: Shares in Atos on June 14, 2022 fell 27% amid investor concern about the company’s strategic direction, Reuters noted.
UK will not copy EU demand for common charging cable
The UK government says it is not "currently considering" copying European Union plans for a common charging cable.
Statistics Canada to release May jobs report this morning
OTTAWA — Statistics Canada will release its latest reading on the job market this morning.
Tech sector hiring reaches highest level in five years
The number of job vacancies in the UK tech sector has reached the highest level since 2016, with massive expansion of remote working opportunities and growing demand for software developers
Gold flat as US jobs data points to more rate hikes
The Federal Reserve is on track for half a point interest rate increases in June, July, and perhaps even beyond as fresh job market data showed no sign the U.S. economy is buckling under the pressure of high inflation and rising borrowing costs.