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Partners in education

Posted July 15, 2015 in Career Choices
Universities and colleges are melding their offerings to provide young people with the best of both worlds and optimal benefits for postgraduate employment
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Resumes Win Interviews, but References Win Job Offers

Posted June 26, 2015 in Resume & Cover Letters, Interviewing, Career Advice
Resumes win interviews, so like most people your job search has probably focused on writing your and tweaking your resume and landing job interviews. You probably haven't given your references much thought, but in a tough job market references win job offers. You must be certain that your references will seal the deal, not blow it away.
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Seven Secrets of the Killer Resume

Posted June 17, 2015 in Resume & Cover Letters, Job Hunting
Your resume is the most financially important document you will ever own. When it works, you work; and when it doesn’t, you don’t. Unfortunately, technology has revolutionized corporate recruitment, and you may not know what it takes to build a killer resume for today’s job search. Here are seven secrets that form the foundation of every killer resume.
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The Importance of Personal Branding

Posted June 10, 2015 in Job Hunting
Your personal brand is a vivid indication of the best you have to offer – the performance, contributions, and value your next employer can expect from you.
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The Boomers Bow Out: Job opportunities by sector

Posted May 13, 2015 in Job Hunting
It’s been a tight job market over the past decade. Good paying jobs have been few and far between. If you are just starting or in the fledgling years of your post-secondary journey, no doubt you’ve heard that the baby boomers are retiring, and the job market is about to open up.
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Canada’s Unemployment Edges Upward As Losses in Part-Time Jobs Exceed Gains in Full-Time Work

Posted May 12, 2015 in Job Hunting, In the Workplace, Career Choices
According to Statistics Canada's Labour Force Survey released today, Canada’s total employment decreased by 20,000 jobs in April, while the unemployment rate held steady at 6.8% for the third consecutive month. The decrease in employment can be attributed to losses in part-time jobs, which more than offset gains in full-time employment.
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