To end this series, I’d like to highlight three qualities job-seekers should develop to cope with the job-hunting process: patience, willingness to learn and flexibility.
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The Canadian work culture is, on many aspects, very different from other countries’. So, what Canadian employers value? What are the unspoken rules that help you fit in?
Here are 5 tips to help you out.
Most newcomers to Canada, no matter whether they were chosen for their skills or joined some member of their family, experience some work-related issues at one point or another.
Here are the three most common potential career challenges.
Being comfortable in your workplace greatly impacts how successful you are at work. Here is a list of 10 tips on workplace etiquette in Canada.
Being called for a job interview is both exciting and scary. Exciting because you are being considered for a position, scary because you may lack confidence. Fortunately, with a little bit of practice, you will be able to improve your interview skills.
Read these tips on what to do before, during and after job interviews.
Canada’s hiring culture is very much North American and can be a bit puzzling at first. It can be summed up in three steps: get the first contact right, be proactive and build your network.
Newcomers to Canada are usually very eager to find a job. Add that to the fact that they may not be familiar with the local job market and that when money is starting to run out people would do anything, it make them very vulnerable to various job scam. Learn how to recognize them!
If you are looking for a job, you may either use staffing agencies or browse ads from various Canadian job websites. But don’t forget to tap into the invisible job market!
In order to start looking for a job in Canada, you need these three basics: an up-to-date resume, a cover letter and a few references.
Saying that last year wasn’t great economically speaking is an understatement. Pretty much all countries worldwide suffered from the global economic downturn and Canada was no exception. Yet, a lot of people are still considering moving to Canada, while others are already in the process and are probably worried about whether they will get a job at all.
Today, we will cover the basis: who can work in Canada, and what you need to get ready for job-hunting.