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Creating a Career Path for Condo Managers

Angel-Marie Reiner
Publication date:
January 17, 2023
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the need to create a career path for condo managers in Canada and attract more young professionals to the field. Currently, property management is not widely promoted as a career path, leading to a shortage of qualified managers to support the growing condominium market. To increase awareness and attract new hires, the industry needs to collectively evolve and share success stories and promotions on social media. Participating in career fairs and hiring co-op students can also help raise awareness about property management as a rewarding career choice. Mentorship opportunities should be offered to young professionals entering the workforce, as they value strong bonds with mentor relationships and professional development. Holding virtual career sessions and engaging with organizations and partners can further promote the profession and transfer skills and knowledge to the new generation of condo managers. Highlighting green initiatives and charitable events can attract socially-minded individuals who are passionate about making a difference in the built environment. Overall, creating a sense of appreciation and accomplishment for condo managers and promoting the profession's various facets will help attract more talent to the field.


Career Path, Condo Managers, Property Management, Young Professionals, Mentorship, Career Fairs, Success Stories, Social Media, Awareness, Green Initiatives, Professional Development, Charitable Events, Sustainability, Condominium Market, Virtual Career Sessions.

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Angel-Marie Reiner
Creating a Career Path for Condo Managers
January 17, 2023
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