An RBC poll of Canadians aged 15 to 24 found, in Saskatchewan, young people were nervous when thinking about pursuing future employment opportunities. They ranked guidance councillors and peers as their primary sources of career advice, while other provinces identified parents and online resources as their primary sources. 34 per cent of Saskatchewan respondents said they feel unprepared for the workforce. A recent Canadian Federation of Independent Business survey found over 56 per cent of Saskatchewan employers were dissatisfied with how high schools prepare youth for employment. The Federation thinks skills like attitude, being energetic, taking direction, basic literacy, and strong communication skills are not getting enough emphasis in our schools. In a cjwwradio.com internet news poll question, we asked if these kinds of subjects are a school’s responsibility. 79 per cent of respondents said, yes.