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Ottawa is Going to Provide over $1m in Funding to Help Indigenous Apprentices
It's highly estimated that over the next 10 years, over 120,000 new people in New Brunswick are going to leave the workforce. Most of this is actually due to retirement. If you work in trade jobs or even trade recruitment, then you will know this more than anyone. The federal…
Red River College are Trying to Fill any Skilled Trades they Can due to the Employment Gap
The Trudeau government are trying to make training a priority. This is especially the case when you look at the federal budget last month. The Business Council of Manitoba have stated that they have thousands of job vacancies available, but they don't have anyone who is qualified enough to try…
Federal Funding is Going to Boost the London Area for Skilled Trades
trade recruitment The Federal Government are providing money to try and help those in the London area to get the skills they require to succeed. They want to change the economy as much as possible and they also want to try and really make a difference. Patty Hajdu has announced…
Okanagan Program Has Hit A Milestone with Women in Trade
trade recruitment An Okanagan program which is aiming to try and get more women in trade has now hit a milestone. They are currently celebrating all the hard work that they have invested. The initiative that they are pushing forward is going to slowly help everyone possible to change the…
Smart Detectors are Now Going to Detect the Signs of Cardiac Arrest
Smart speakers, including the Amazon Alexa could now alert the ambulance service if someone were to experience a cardiac arrest. This could save 500,000 deaths in the US each and every year. If you work in technical jobs or even in engineering jobs then you will understand what a huge…
Research Networks are Going to Electrify the Transport System in the UK
The EPSRC funded network are going to try and identify and even address some of the challenges that appear to be holding back the electrified transport grid. The project is headed by Dr. Liana Cipcigan and she is the co-director of the famous Electric Vehicle Centre. This can be found…
A New Test Could Boost Driverless Car Adoption in the UK
A new method has been released for testing and validating automobile technology. Those who work in technical jobs or even in engineering jobs will know more than anyone how much this could benefit the economy. The technique has been developed through the Bosch-led movement, known as Move_UK. This has been…
E-Tattoo are Now Able to Measure ECG and SCG Activity
Engineers who work at the University of Texas have worked hard to try and develop a flexible tattoo that is able to measure two different types of activity. The graphene-based release is the latest incarnation and it is incredibly flexible too. Participants are wearing cardio electronics and when you look…
An Electrolyser has Turned CO2 into Jet Fuel
Carbon dioxide that has been captured from the air can now be used to try and make products such as plastic or even jet fuel. The one issue with this is that it is very energy intensive and it is also expensive. Geonhui Lee is a PHD candidate and they…
The Output of Cars has Slumped as Brexit Tightens
Brexit contingencies are now becoming more apparent and the demand from a lot of the overseas markets have slumped. According to the SMMT, the overseas market has fallen by over 43% and a lot of the volume manufacturers have brought forward any stoppages. The shutdowns have become part of the…
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