Insider's Guide To Job Search
The Insider's Guide To Job Search - USA
www.youth.gc.ca - Government of Canada Youth Site
http://canada.indeed.com/ - Beta site - search engine
http://wjoca.wantedjobs.com/wjo/search.jsp?cb=wjoca - WantedJobs.com Canada section
www.nicejob.ca - Canadian companies career opportunities pages
www.eluta.ca - The search engine for new jobs in Canada
www.linkedin.com - Online network and relationship building
www.jobwings.com - Finance, Accounting, Management - bilingual
www.legaljob.ca - Jobs for the legal profession
www.hrjob.ca - Human resources positions across the country
www.salesrep.ca - Broad - based sales representative positions, Canada wide
Part time jobs available across Canada
|Self-Assessment - points to consider when you are looking to change jobs or take a new direction||Resignations - tendering your resignation so that you retain goodwill and seal your decision||A Guide to Successful Interviewing - extensive guidance on interviewing techniques and styles|
|Criminal Background Checks - make sure you know what is on your record to not be blindsided by past indiscretions||Counter-Offers - how short-term compromises can result in unwanted consequences||What's On Your Social Media Profile? - ensure there is nothing on your profile/s that negatively impact your chances|
|How To Stand Out From The Competition - preparation and clarity in communicating are essential to make the right impact||Recruiters - What to Look For - signs to look for in selecting a recruiter to represent you, especially if you are currently employed||Negotiating Compensation - determing what is important to you in negotiating your total package of compensation and benefits|
|Promotions - who gets promoted and why it isn't just how well you do your job that counts but also how you form strong relationships||Job Boards & Internet Postings - tips on using job board postings effectively as a search tool, a handy resource that works for you 24/7||Assessing Potential Employers - points to consider in deciding if this is the right place for you to commit your time and energy to|
|Being Downsized - dealing with the shock of a termination and rising to the challenge it presents||Making Contact Using the Internet - using web resources to identify potential hiring managers||Questions to Ask Potential Employers - questions to determine performance expectations|
|Job Satisfaction - defining what job satisfaction means to you and your sense of self-motivation||E-Resumes - What Works Best - guidance on using e-resumes to their best benefit||For Recent Graduates - tips on self-marketing for recent Transportation program graduates|
|Overcoming Inertia - asking yourself the questions you need to move forward in your career||Your Resume - Your Career Passport - constructing a resume that represents you well||Tips For Using LinkedIn Profiles - from your profile picture to networking with Group members|
|Step-by-Step Self Marketing Plan - walks you through a systematic approach to job search||Cover Letters - Brief and Focused - getting to the point in telling employers what you can do||Newcomers Job Search Resources - extensive links and resources for Newcomers to Toronto|
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