The professions that will, and won't, be in demand in the coming decade.
The great, lasting casualty of the recession has been job security. Gone are the days of guaranteed salaries and pensions, ushered out in favour of unpaid internships and six-month contracts. At any time, it seems, your job can be snatched away from you.
There is hope on the horizon, however, at least for certain professions. A new joint report from Deloitte and the Human Resources Professionals Association charts what careers in Canada will be in demand in 2025. With help from Deloitte's Amir Rahnema, MSN runs through which jobs will be hot and which won't in the coming decade.
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