Making A Difference: Emerging Careers In Health And Community Services
Industry Insight Do you want to make a difference in the lives of Canadians?
Check out these emerging careers that will give you knowledge and capabilities to meet 21st century needs.
Government policies related to early learning and care are evolving as we recognize the benefits of investment in children’s well-being and success. There is a need for enhanced capabilities for educating children in schools, developing products and programs for early learning and literacy, and working with governments to plan a system for early learning.
“Community services is a rapidly evolving career path that is changing to meet the needs of those it serves.”
Do you have a passion for social justice, public safety, and community well-being? There is growing demand for professionals who can work with each other, the community and its leaders, and at-risk individuals already involved within the criminal justice system. Community services is a rapidly evolving career path that is changing to meet the needs of those it serves.
Contribute to disease prevention and healthy communities through a career in environmental public health, where you will focus on such areas as food and water safety, air quality, and communicable disease monitoring and prevention.
Electronic communication and digital information are changing the nature of health care. If you have technical aptitude and a passion for improving the quality of health care, you can make a difference in positions such as Project Coordinator, Data Analyst, or Information Support Technician working in hospitals, community care, family health teams, long-term care organizations, or software companies to introduce and use new communication and monitoring technologies for the best care results. It’s your future — make it count!