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The Assistant Vice-President of Research and Innovation at George Brown College says that university students are not given insights into how they can turn their education into a career until after they finish graduation and needs to come sooner

This is part of Our Time to Lead: Education, The Globe and Mail's series on the state of postsecondary education in Canada. To discover the full series, visit the Our Time to Lead section. Or, view all of the video inside the multimedia interactive.

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