During the webinar, senior analyst presented the Longitudinal and International Study of Adults (LISA), which aims to improve our understanding of what is happening in the lives of Canadians so we can see what services are suitable for them, and what kinds of information they need to support their decision making about today and the future. Questions that this survey answers include: • What skills are required for successful participation in today's society and economy? • How do Canadians use information and technology in their work and daily lives? • What are the long term benefits of a post-secondary education? • What services help workers to cope when facing difficulties such as job loss due to health problems or economic downturns? • How do people's standards of living change, as they move into and out of work, relationships and parenthood, or retirement?
Education, training and learning
Longitudinal and International Study of Adults (LISA)