Still unsure of where to start your career or post-secondary program search? WorkBC has a section called "Jobs in Demand" that examines the jobs that are expected to have above-average opportunities in terms of employment. "The top occupations are largely based on the projected job openings over the period to 2022. These job openings include new jobs created through economic growth and replacement jobs due to retired workers" (WorkBC). Students can search these jobs by education level and/or salary. Have fun exploring and seeing what jobs will be in demand in the future.
With Term 1 well behind us, students are definitely starting to think about their graduation requirements and their post-secondary applications. We've had lots of questions from students and their parents/guardians about how to check graduation credits, how get copies of interim and final transcripts, and how to apply to post-secondary programs.
The Ministry of Education produces two resources that can answer some of the most frequently asked questions about graduation, documents, scholarships, and applications. Check them out below: