FINDING JOBS & EMPLOYERS: Canada
With unemployment at its highest point since the Great Depression, the need for career and job placement information within the community has vastly increased. With this, comes a need for more resources; such as Hineni Media Online Career Library. I will try to offer you advice on other certain types of jobs or industries you can look into, and I’ll also try to answer any general questions you have on work-at-home offers you come across
Hineni Media Database includes essential Canadian industry information synthesized with specific, insider company reports which are of particular interest to students and professionals, normally available only by individual subscription. Hineni empowers users with fresh, relevant knowledge about Canadian companies, careers and schools and provides the coherent context needed to identify valuable job and educational opportunities.
How in Canada can you find job opportunities?
Networking: Not for the shy or undermotivated. You need good interpersonal skills. It’s the number one method by which many graduates,undergraduate and university wide job seekers, had found a job.
On-Campus Interviewing Programs,Online and print listings, Career-field-focused job listing web sites, Career fairs / job fairs:
Lets employers find you. You apply for jobs that interest you but not every industry or type of job represented, on certain listings You need patience to navigate and read listings. As for the career fairs you need to make a good impression in person and look prepared. Do research as who will be in the fair in advance as you won’t be necessarily learning about every opportunity in each organization — you will be learning where the major hiring needs are.
Online databases, listings, career libraries:
Research sources that help you find potential employers. Very helpful if you are focusing on a particular industry. If you have no clue what type of industries you could work in, you’ll need to research and think about this. Because you’ll need to know the type of organizations with whom you could, or want to, work.
They can be helpful to find contacts for a geographically targeted job search. Specialty sites fill that niche.
A critical mistake many job-seekers make is not bothering to research potential employers, which is bad for several reasons. First, you should always research companies to help you decide if you even want to work at any of them; fit is such an important aspect of job enjoyment. Second, having information about the company can help you better prepare for the interview; the more you know about a company, the better you’ll understand all aspects of its operations. Third, you need to conduct some research on each company because you should expect the inevitable question from the interviewer: “What do you know about our company?” Sometimes it might be phrased as: “Why do you want to work for us?”
All job-seekers need to conduct research and develop critical information about each company — its products and services; key executives; new products, plants, or divisions; company culture; organizational structure; diversity and values; benefits; career paths; etc.
What’s the best source of company information? The company’s Website, of course! It’s absolutely amazing what you can find published on company Websites.
“Are there any legitimate work-at-home jobs for your field? if you are a registered nurse. Please investigated several advertisements. Some sites want money up front just to tell you where to look for a job. I would be very interested in any information or links that would assist me. If you have a background in management, med surgery, hospice and acute care. At this time, you coud drive 40 km round-trip.”
With the Hineni Database members will possess all the tools necessary to prepare them for career success in Canada. Additionally, the library will be provided with a one-stop shop for your career content. Check out the demo link!
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