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Governments are still able to attact large numbers of job applicants, but policy-making is no longer a primary focus. (JASON REED)
Governments are still able to attact large numbers of job applicants, but policy-making is no longer a primary focus. (JASON REED)

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In this week's Time To Lead series, the Globe and Mail explored the future of work. We answered questions on how the government accounts for labour shortage, how our youth are coping with double-digit unemployment rates, and where all the jobs are flocking to (answer: Alberta). The jury is still out on which route the future of work will take, but the conversation continues.

Molly Huber is vice-president of the western region for recruiting firm Randstad Technologies. She took reader questions about what employers are looking for and offer practicals for job seekers.

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