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Old 09-13-2006, 12:00 PM
Tsveta Tsveta is offline
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Thumbs up Top 5 Useful tips for your job search

This is the best season for the job seekers. There are plenty of offers on the job market and now is the right time to pressure the recruiters and to find yourself a good position.

Some tips that can be useful for you in your job search:
1. Polish your Resume.
2. Don’t look for a job only in major job bank sites and newspapers.
3. Try the hidden job market. Employers receive 300-500 resumes for a single job posting so the competition is very tough. Contact directly the recruiters and employers.
4. You can go to the employment agencies web sites, look at their hottest job postings and contact them directly.
5. Go to Jobagencies Canada web site to find a huge list of recruiting agencies. In the “Search Agencies” field you can search the employment agencies by location, by target markets, by name. For example – if you are looking for a job in the banking sector do write “bank” or “banking” in the search field and you’ll find all the agencies dealing with placement in the banking sector.

Good luck!

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Old 09-15-2006, 09:59 AM
kuchemishka kuchemishka is offline
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Great tips, Thank you!
Can you suggest any web site where I can get resume tips?
Old 11-09-2006, 06:05 PM
JobSearch.ca JobSearch.ca is offline
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Hi Kuchemishka,

Here are a couple of sites that have good resume writing information:


A follow-up thank-you letter is also highly recommended once you get the job interview - it keeps your name in the employer's memory and can put you ahead of others applying for the position. Remember, you're selling... you! So in marketing language, you need to "brand" yourself.

Hope this helps.


Old 02-08-2007, 10:01 AM
Tsveta Tsveta is offline
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Originally Posted by kuchemishka View Post
Great tips, Thank you!
Can you suggest any web site where I can get resume tips?
Hi, Yes you can check out the new job articles section.
This job articles section will help you write a better Resume. You can get tips on how to influence your employer, telephone etiquette and more job search tips.

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Old 11-29-2007, 02:31 PM
tikiota tikiota is offline
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Default New Job Site Specifically for Immigrants

Another site I have come across with excellent advice for finding a Job is www.immigrantjoblink.com

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