Tag: Vocational

Job Search Information with links and lists of relevant online job boards

Finding a job in a particular Canadian city. Click on Jobshop.ca For example, the city of Regina: reginajobshop.ca Discover the employment opportunities within the Government of Saskatchewan and additional information on labour and employment in our province. http://www.gov.sk.ca/programs-services/labour-employment/ To find a job in Saskatchewan public service: http://www.careers.gov.sk.ca/ http://jobsearch.monster.ca/Saskatchewan/Regina/get-jobs-12.aspx Saskjobs.ca http://www.saskjobs.ca/jsp/jobsearch/crown-corporation-careers.jsp (For a current list of

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Writing a Resume

A resume is a quick, easy to read summary of your educational background, work and volunteer experience, and skills. It is an advertisement designed to present and sell your skills and abilities to an employer. The first contact an employer may have with you is through your resume. Your resume allows the employer to see

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Searching for Jobs from a Federal Government Website

Below is a link to a federal government web-site which contains substantial information on the employment opportunities, specific vocational services and programs, training and educational options, as well as legal issues in the vocational area relevant for Aboriginal persons, immigrants, persons with disabilities and youth. The web-site provides materials for career exploration and tools for

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Preparing for an Interview

Preparing for your interview is important – the more prepared you are, the more confident you will be during the interview. Don’t be nervous. You are starting with a big advantage. There is something about your resume they like. They want to talk to you. They want to know you really are the right choice

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Writing a Cover Letter

A covering letter should always be included when you are mailing out a resume. The purpose of the covering letter is to introduce yourself and to get an employer interested in reading your resume. (Job Search Handbook, Gov’t of Sask) Please click on the following link for useful information about cover letters as well as

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