Publications

Featured Publications

The Canadian Journal of Career Development is a peer-reviewed publication of multi-sectoral career-related academic research and best practices from Canada and around the world. 

A City of Saskatoon Resource:  An educational resource providing enhanced understanding of Indigenous culture and practices.

A handbook developed to provide guidance
and practical options for employers seeking to improve
Indigenous workforce recruitment and retention outcomes.

How Canadian youth can thrive in the age of disruption.

Changing the discussion and direction on the right training for the right job for Canada’s youth. Click to access the PDF report.

Saskatchewan’s Growth Plan 2020-2030 is a road map for a growing province of 1.4 million people and a strong economy with 100,000 more jobs.  Find information on the growth of the economy for career planning when considering sectors, industries, training and earning potential. 

New Release June 2020, by Spencer Niles, Norman Amundson, Roberta A. Borgen, & Hyung Joon Yoon. An Introduction for students to Hope-Action Theory. The book highlights how students can apply self-clarity to create a personalized vision of a future professional or educational career.

Relevance is an annual magazine providing career and labour market information for Saskatchewan youth.

The City of Saskatoon’s assessment and report on newcomer needs for the year of 2018.

A New Release by Spencer Niles, Norman Amundson, Roberta A. Borgen, & Hyung Joon Yoon, August 2020. Creating Hopeful Careers in Difficult Times. The book provides powerful strategies to readers to create hope and manage their careers throughout their lifetimes.