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In recent weeks, both Canada and the U.S. have made small shifts in the right direction with their respective parental leave policies. As it stands now in Canada, fathers can use up to 35 weeks of the mother’s leave. This excludes Quebec, where fathers can take five weeks of leave that is independent of their spouse’s.
With all the focus on resumes, cover letters, and the dreaded interview process, many job seekers, some fresh off a college degree, make the crucial mistake of forgetting to research what they should be making in a new role.