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So, how much are we earning? The average Canadian salaries by industry and region

As of September 2016, the average wage for Canadian employees was $952 a week – or just under $50,000 a year. This represents a 0.4% increase over the same period last year. Click here and take a look at the most recent average Canadian salary by province (region or territory).

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Are we becoming slaves to happiness? Critics of corporate culture make case for workplace negativity

Many companies are encouraging their workers to be happy, but psychologists argue this fixation can be more stressful than liberating. Click here to keep reading Critics of corporate culture make case for workplace negativity.

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6 workplace etiquette rules that can boost your career

To realize your career ambitions, it’s critical to act with integrity and respect. These 6 workplace etiquette rules are fundamental to the long-term success of your career (and your workplace).

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11 Steps Job Seekers Should Take Before Applying for a Job

You spot a posting for a job you’re interested in. It fits perfectly with your background, skills, and experience. You feel a rush of excitement and jump at the opportunity to start applying for a job. You quickly submit your resume and application and check your email and voicemail inboxes obsessively for the next few weeks.

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4 Must-Read Studies of 2016 to Understand the Modern Workforce

To be an inspiring leader, you have to understand the modern workforce. You have to delve into their minds to find out what inspires them to come to work every day (or if they have to beat themselves to come to work) and what keeps them around (or are they eyeing greener pastures). You would

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