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Find out how you can turn what you love into a career. Explore your skills, interests, passions, and what you value in a job. Start planning your career now.
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Every path leads somewhere. You just need to find out which path will take you where you want to go. Learn how to plan and fund your education, transfer credits and explore education programs.
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Your work search is a chance to explore exciting new possibilities. Make the best of this opportunity! Get help writing your resumé or cover letter, learn how to network and prepare for your interview, and check out job search resources and labour market information.
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You got the job. Now learn how to keep it, and maybe even get a promotion. Discover what it takes to stand out at work, how to handle challenges and how to be safe in your workplace.
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Trying to decide on an occupation? This workbook is full of exercises and tips to help you find the career that best suits you.
The decision to talk about your disability is important, complex—what is right for one person may not be right for another, and what works in one situation may not in another.
Learn about post-secondary programs in Alberta as well as distance learning programs available in Western Canada.
Opportunities exist in all kinds of public services. Helpful links have been grouped together to get you started.
Did you know there are hundreds of scholarships and bursaries that could help pay for your education?
Alberta Student Aid helps eligible post–secondary students meet the basic costs of learning and living so they can achieve their educational goals.
Career planning helps you make decisions throughout your career, whether you are just starting or planning retirement. Follow these 4 steps to plan your career.
Career planning is a lifelong process that can help you manage important life and work decisions. Find out how you can benefit from it.
You probably want a career that suits your abilities and interests. But what is the best fit? Try these tools to help you identify some possible career paths.
Discover online resources. You can also get career advice from the Career Information Hotline at 1–800–661–3753. In Edmonton, call 780–422–4266.
Thinking about post-secondary education or training? Or maybe moving into the world of work? Check out these resources to help you on your career path.
Starting a career or thinking of a new line of work? Find up-to-date information on occupations that interest you, from what you'll do to what you'll earn.
Once you know what you want to do, find the training program that is right for you.
Once you've identified a career direction and the education and training you need to make it a reality, your next step is to explore schools and programs.
Whether you’re enrolling in a post-secondary program right out of high school or as a mature student, you’re probably wondering how to pay for your education.
An apprenticeship is a post-secondary education program that combines work experience, on-the-job and technical training.
You may or may not have to go back to school to get the qualifications you need for the post–secondary program you want.
Having a plan for the future and knowing what direction you want to go will help you choose the best way to finish high school.
Are you interested in pursuing further education beyond your bachelor's degree? Not sure where to start or how to decide if it's right for you?
Find work that fits your skills, accomplishments and preferences. Check out hundreds of job opportunities—from regional, municipal, industry and employer postings to employment agencies and student job banks.
The interview process involves 3 steps—preparing for the interview, succeeding in the interview and handling the job offer.
A well written resumé and good references are both key to your work search. Find out how to craft a high impact resumé and who to ask to be your the references.
Labour market (job market) information tells you about the current work and job environments. It includes information about specific companies, industries and occupations.
Losing a job is one of the most stressful things a person can face. It can happen to anyone, anytime. The good news is that there are resources and tips to help you take care of the basics following a job loss.
The Internet is a great tool for finding job leads and connecting with employers. You can apply for a job online or learn to protect your online identity when you set up a social media account.
Here are some workplace resources that can help you advance your career.
Stay healthy and safe on the job. Learn how to spot danger, use safety equipment, report injuries and share health and safety concerns with employers.
This section offers suggestions and support to help you handle the challenges that might stand between you and your career and work goals.
Find information about Alberta employment regulations, legislation and standards to make your workplace safe and productive.
Current, well-researched and easy-to-understand career planning, learning, employment, and labour market information resources are available free of charge in Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
If you’re graduating from school, looking for your first job or just thinking about what you want to do in the future, MyWorkQuest can help.
Need advice about career, education and employment options in Alberta? Call the expert career advisors at the Alberta Career Information Hotline for information and referrals.
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These short, easy–to–read articles on learning, employment and careers can be sorted by audience or topic.
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