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PAPER | Future of Work - A literature Review

Community Engagement, Youth, Remote Work, Workforce Development, Youth Engagement, CBYF Publications, Homepage Resources

 The rapidly shifting environment of the workforce has been a topic under much consideration for years leading up to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.

With the introduction of COVID-19 at the end of 2019, the difficulties that youth were facing in entering or progressing in the workforce became exasperated and challenged our understanding and expectations for the future of work in our communities moving forward. Youth are Canada’s most valuable asset when it comes to facing the future of work. A large part of Canada’s success in navigating what’s to come will depend on how well the next generation of Canadians is integrated into the workforce.

Megan Nimigon

By Megan Nimigon

Megan Nimigon is the Founder and Lead Facilitator at Theatre for Good. Theatre for Good facilitates interactive theatre-based workshops that bring people together to investigate challenges and discover solutions in a new way. Workshops focus on building trust and connections across diverse groups of people and developing a deep understanding of the issues you’re working on so that you can focus your time, energy and resources on the areas that matter most.

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