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As you know, CIC delivers the CIC Newsletter direct to your inbox each Wednesday, briefing you on the latest industry news that impacts your career. But we know you are busy and may have missed an important article or two. To that end, here's your monthly recap of the top five stories your peers accessed this month. For more articles, or to see what's trending now, visit the CIC Newsletter news portal. To unsubscribe from this monthly recap, click here.


Engineering graduates among top-paid majors
The Sacramento Bee
Engineering graduates, take note. Your field is likely among the top-paid majors in your class. A recently released report from the National Association of Colleges and Employers, or NACE, shows that engineering majors were seven of the 10 highest-paid majors among 2013 bachelor's degree graduates. The results were featured in the association's January 2014 Salary Survey.
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Professional, scientific jobs hit record high
The Globe and Mail
Grim news of job losses are overshadowing a bright spot in Canada's labour market: Employment in professional services has never been higher. The professional, scientific and technical services sector, which tends to pay above-average wages, quietly hit its highest job level on record in December.
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Alberta best province in Canada for job seekers
Calgary Herald
Calgary is one of the best regions in the country for job seekers, but not the best, says job search engine Adzuna.ca. In its latest report, "Where are all the jobs?", the search engine compares the number of job listings to that of job-seekers in each of the largest metropolitan census areas in the country.
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The job market paradox: 2 measures, opposite trends, high stakes
The Globe and Mail
Too many people without jobs. And at the same time, too many jobs without people. It's a paradox that ripples through a 54-page analysis of the state of Canada's labour market released with the recent federal budget. It's the first time such a paper has been published with the budget, offering insights into how the Conservative government views the current jobs market and future trends.
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Canadian dollar strengthens on jobs data, then trims gains
The Wall Street Journal
The Canadian dollar ended higher recently after gaining ground in early trading on stronger-than-expected jobs data for Jannuary, and then relinquishing some of those gains. The Canadian dollar rallied sharply against the greeback after news that Canada's economy created more jobs than expected, while job creation in the U.S. fell well short of expectations.
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