2013 BCBusiness Outlook

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The year ahead for working and doing business in British Columbia. 

No one can truly predict the year you’ll have – whether you’re a worker bee amongst thousands or a one-person startup. But we tried anyway, tapping the psyche and sentiment of the B.C. business person – from expectations at work, to where the economy is headed, to what they really think about Gen Y.

The answers – from more than 250 of our readers – reveal a workforce that’s optimistic and content, but divided on how to move the province forward economically. This is a rare, revealing look at how we feel about earning a living in B.C. going into 2013 – how much we make (and expect to make) to fund our piece of coast and mountain paradise and how much vacation we get to enjoy the fruits of our labour. These are uncertain times. We need all the help we can get. So let’s get started, shall we?

Download a PDF of the complete reader survey.



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