As the Canadian economy continues to slow, Canada’s job market is changing, and that’s had an effect on the skills that employers are looking for.
In 2023, amid record-low levels of unemployment, large swaths of the labour market faced skills and staffing shortages. But 2023 saw the labour market swing back in favour of employers as the unemployment rate ticks up.
It’s 2024 and we have this year’s first batch of social media updates. Now that we’re back in the swing of things, let’s dig into what’s new.
With a new year comes new opportunities to reshape your approach, and experiment with alternative directions that could help you maximize your marketing and promotional efforts.
SOCIAL MEDIA TODAY
With each passing year, the importance of social media in the design industry has continued to grow—and 2023 was no exception. As technology and trends evolved, designers found new ways of expanding their businesses online, utilizing social media as a tool for lead generation, product development, brand partnerships and direct monetization. As we head into 2024, we’re taking a look back at some of the most actionable tips design influencers and content creators shared with BOH.
BUSINESS OF HOME
Gen Z, currently ages 13-26, are quickly becoming the most coveted target demographic in the United States. They’re trendsetters in high school, college and even in the workplace. And everyone wants to better understand how to reach these up-and-comers and what makes them tick.