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Globalization and Occupational Mobility in Canada
A discussion on the impact of globalization and occupational mobility on Canadians.
# 137146 | 2,500 words | 7 sources | APA | 2008 | US


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The paper looks at globalization and occupational mobility within Canada and argues that the loss of manufacturing jobs, courtesy of globalization, the increase in job instability (again, thanks to globalization) and the demise of the traditional unions have made it more likely that Canadians will change jobs at least once during the course of their working years and are surprisingly receptive to doing so. Finally, men and women are less-encumbered by their socio-economic origins when it comes to getting a particular job than they were in the past; in other words, having a father who worked in a mill is a less reliable predictor than it once was of a son or daughter ending up in that same mill, as well. The paper shows how as globalization has forced upon Canadians a more skill and knowledge-intensive economy, it has awakened them to the reality - and the multiple opportunities - of greater occupational mobility.

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"The following paper will look at globalization and occupational mobility within Canada and argue that the loss of manufacturing jobs, courtesy globalization, the increase in job instability (again, thanks to globalization) and the demise of the traditional unions have made it more likely that Canadians will change jobs at least once during the course of their working years (and probably more than once) and are surprisingly receptive to doing so. Finally, men and women are less-encumbered by their socio-economic origins when it comes to getting a particular job than they..."

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