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In a news release from May 4th, 2016, Ontario Ministry of Education reaffirmed the provincial government's commitment to prepare high-school students for the future economy. Therefore, Ontario is expanding two programs designed to enhance high school students’ skills and knowledge needed for jobs in demand while earning credits towards their potential transition to postsecondary education.
The Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO) informed us in November 17, 2015 that they released two reports on access programs: "The Recruitment of Under-represented Groups to Ontario Colleges: A Survey of Current Practices" and "
A great question answered by the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario through an interactive graph, which allows you to visualize where university graduates from various fields of study work in Ontario. You just have to hover over a label to see the paths more clearly.
In a recent media release (September 2014), the Council of Ontario Universities brought to light more evidence that university education pays off. In their study, they found that 93 per cent of 2011 Ontario's university graduates had jobs two years after graduation. Furthermore, the average salary for university graduates in full-time employment was $43,398 two years after graduation. The survey used to collect the information suggested also that university graduates get jobs related to their education.