It's finally here — summer vacation! At least, for those in post-secondary. If you're still in high school, you've just got to hang in there a little longer. For those who are free at last, you might be thinking about summer jobs. International students in Canada can work as many hours as they like in the summer, so now's the time to make some cash.
Of course, you might already be thinking about September, grad school, or even getting your career started. To help, we're developing new career profiles. Check out the very first one, and its companion piece, on how to become a financial analyst. Love money? This could be the career for you.
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