Tools and Resources to Help You in Your Job Search

January 9, 2013

As the Government of Canada’s flagship youth initiative, the Youth Employment Strategy is positioned to help young Canadians overcome barriers to the labour market. Between 2012 and 2014, the Economic Action Plan is investing an additional $50 million to help more young people gain tangible skills and experience and to connect young Canadians with jobs in fields that are in high demand.

There are a variety of tools and resources available to help you in your job search.

You can find out how to market yourself—to write a résumé and work application, to develop good interview skills, and tips on the best way to approach an employer.

You can view the notices of employers looking for people to fill vacant positions and learn how to locate unadvertised jobs. Why not try out the Résumé Builder and Career Navigator tools? Use Job Match and Job Alert to find out about available jobs that match your skills and to get up-to-date information.

Click here to create an account today to access the above mentioned tools. Get started today!

Watch this video to find out more about the resources available to help you find a job:

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Check out Service Canada’s tools and programs and the Job Bank.

Be sure to visit the Working in Canada website for even more information and interactive resources.

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