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Main Community News Post-Secondary Trainining Is Important to Your Career

Post-Secondary Trainining Is Important to Your Career

Monday, March 11, 2013

Post-secondary education is a necessity in today's workplace, and can be the deciding factor in whether or not a job candidate makes it to the next round of the application process. While relevant field experience is also important, a fundamental post-secondary education shows employers that students are serious enough about their future.

This fact has proven true in a number of reports, including one from the Bank of Montreal (BMO), the Vancouver Sun reports. According to the study, a total of 70 per cent of Canadian employers look for candidates with post-secondary education, and of those, one-third are looking for applicants who have specialized educational backgrounds, including training in healthcare, legal studies and business.

"On average, the better educated you are, the more likely you will find work," Sal Guatieri, BMO senior economist, stated in a press release. "The employment rate for post-secondary graduates was 71 per cent in 2011, compared with 62 per cent for those with just a high school diploma and only 40 per cent for those who did not finish high school."

Combine Work with Studies
Training programs that include practicum placements also help prepare students for career success after college. For instance, students training in practical nursing programs can gain put their skill sets to use and gain hands-on experience in a range of settings such as long-term care facilities, hospitals, medical offices or public clinics.

The combination of field knowledge in areas like clinical decision making, pharmacology and professional communication along with experience working alongside registered nurses and other medical personnel in a local hospital can make students top competitors in any job pool. Students who go back to school with the intention of bolstering a successful career should keep their professional journey in mind throughout their education, because they never know when the right opportunity may present itself.

Students looking to train for a practical nursing career will benefit from the  healthcare courses in the Practical Nursing program at Vancouver Career College. For more information, fill out the form on the right.

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