Education level is one of the most important factors in determining success in the local labour market, according to a report published Tuesday by the Toronto Workforce Innovation Group.
According to data compiled for the report, it is more difficult for lesser educated workers to find jobs in the city. University graduates make twice as much as someone with no post-secondary education, and nearly 30 per cent more than those with college diplomas.
Do you agree that if you don’t have post-secondary education that it is harder to find jobs in the city?
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