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Why can't engineers find a job in their field?

The government keeps saying we need more engineers. Employers agree. So how come only 30 percent of engineers are working in their field, and more than 30 percent are working in jobs that don't required a university degree?

 

A new report from the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers calls the situation a crisis. OSPE CEO Sandro Perruzza is our guest.

 

We are also taking calls on the impact of the strikes at Canada's two largest universities. Teaching assistants at the University of Toronto, and TAs and contract faculty at York University are on strike. York has cancelled classes. It is the 4th strike at York since 1997.

 

Coming up on Wednesday:

Assisted suicide: What should we be considering as Parliament crafts new rules? 

 

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