The Globe and Mail asked thousands of people across Canada to rate how well they knew and understood how to do something technical.

And while it turns out that technical schools tend to be a little bit more popular than other fields, there’s a strong correlation between how well you know them and how well your skills will translate into the job market.

The report, The Future of Technical Education, analyzed the data and found that only 13 per cent of the people who answered the survey knew what the word “teacher” means in the technical skills system.

The average Canadian knew only 25 per cent.

And a whopping 66 per cent had no idea that the word is also used to describe a person who works in an IT department.

The findings have some interesting implications for employers.

While employers might be looking for someone with an advanced degree in a different field, technical schools may be a better fit for them.

“We found that the overall correlation between the knowledge of the technical fields and the skill that graduates will need to get a job is very high,” said Dan Kahan, co-author of the report and a partner at the C.D. Howe Institute.

“That may mean that companies might have to hire people with an existing technical background, like someone with a master’s degree in computer science.”

That could mean companies are looking for people with a specific skills set or specific skills, but not necessarily an advanced level of knowledge.

“In many cases, companies are hiring a person with a bachelor’s degree but not a graduate degree,” said Kahan.

“If the employer wants someone with more technical experience, they might be more likely to choose someone with the bachelor’s and not a master of science degree.”

For the study, the authors asked about 4,000 people how they thought the technical education system would be in the future.

They found that, overall, the answer was “very different” from how employers use the word.

About 85 per cent said the future of technical education will be a combination of “the current technical education systems” and “new technologies.”

The remaining 5 per cent were unsure.

The authors said this discrepancy is a sign that employers are looking beyond the current system to find candidates who can work in a more advanced technology space.

“The data suggests that employers may be considering other sources of technical talent that could also be useful in their future technology-focused workforce,” the report said.

“This suggests that the number of employers who are looking at people who have more advanced skills than those currently employed in technical roles will increase.”

This is just one of the many findings from the report that are important for employers looking to hire tech workers.

“When we started the report, we thought we’d look at the data for the next five years, but we ended up finding that the gap between the skills and the skills of the workforce has not been bridged in five years,” said Peter Diamandis, cofounder of the University of Toronto’s Graduate School of Business.

DiamANDIS said that in the past five years the gap in skills has widened by one-third, and he’s concerned about the future that will come.

“A lot of employers think that they’re going to be able to take advantage of a skill like that and hire people that are just so technically skilled that they can get paid a lot more than what they’re actually going to get,” he said.

And Diamandais said that the future will be more complicated than that.

And the skills will be really hard to change. “

I think we’re going through the next four or five years that we’re really going to have to think about the skills gap.

And the skills will be really hard to change.

And if they are, they’re a big deal.”

In addition to the research by the authors, the researchers at the University in Waterloo published a study last year that looked at how technical schools and colleges are funded.

“These are institutions that were founded on a commitment to technology.

And so if you have a program that’s very technical, and there’s no money for a non-technical program, there’ll be less opportunity to recruit for technical programs,” said Diamandi.

“It’s a huge disconnect.”