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Update on YYJWorks’ immediate future

| March 18, 2015

My pal R came over the other day to talk YYJWorks with me. She finds it a valuable resource and didn’t realize that the blog is completely a labour of love (not so much love lately but you know what I mean) on my part and that there is no compensation other than knowing that […]

A closer look at natural and applied sciences occupational sector

| March 12, 2015

As mentioned in the last post the projected growth in these sectors (Agriculture, Forestry, Mining and Oil and Gas Extraction and Information, Recreation and Culture) is uneven with only two of the four promising positive growth in the years 2012-2022 (Mining and Oil and Gas Extraction and Information, Culture and Recreation 4.1% and 0.9% respectively […]

Occupations in the natural and applied sciences and related occupations

| March 10, 2015

As mentioned in the first part of this series the occupational sector comprised of jobs in the natural and applied sciences and related occupations is the city’s fifth biggest employment category. Approximately 16,000 of the 180,000 Victorians that were employed in 2014 work at jobs that fall within this categorization. But what is the outlook […]

Update: Going to continue with YYJWorks for now

| March 8, 2015

On March 8th I published this post with a title of “YYJWorks to go on hiatus (perhaps permanently) at end of March 2015”. Since that date I have met with a friend who offered a different perspective and some ideas on how to keep the site going with less stress on me – that’s a […]