From campus to career, advice for students from a top exec

InterviewWhile tens of thousands of post-secondary students are back to hitting the books, rising tuition costs, high youth unemployment and a competitive job market, have left many wondering if university is enough to prepare them for the future.

Paul Davidson, president of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, says yes. Recently, he was a guest speaker at a lunch sponsored by the Economic Club of Canada. He spoke to Postmedia News about the skills young people should be building in order to prepare them for their dream career – and dispelled some of the most common myths about millennials and the job market.

Read this Question and Answer interview with Paul Davidson in the London Free Press.