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Working in IT

The information technology (IT) market translates into 600,000 jobs in Canada and that sector is still looking up with promising numbers.

The Canadian video game industry

Just a few years ago, video game creators could single-handedly design, publish and market a game themselves. Today, this is no longer possible. The work is handled by a team of some 40 specialized people.

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Computer security jobs

Security specialists are increasingly in demand, despite the fact that they are not always popular with their co-workers, who object to their work being impeded by multiple passwords and new rules. They have to be competent in systems, networks and programming to detect badly designed networks, poorly installed systems and improperly coded applications.

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E-commerce, a job creation engine

Online sales have increased considerably in Canada over the past eight years. The practice has something for everyone—sellers, buyers and even workers, who have a variety of new occupations open to them.

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Free software opportunities

Free [open source] software has for some years now appealed to much more than the small technician community. Up to now, the world market has been driven by governments: every month, governments and public utilities announce their conversion to Open Source.

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Labour market outlook in IT

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A study published this year by the Information and Communication Technology Council (ICTC) reveals that Canada can expect more than 182,000 hirings by 2019 in the ICT sector. What lies behind this number?

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