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To sell yourself to potential employers, you need to identify and describe your accomplishments and experience.
The better you can describe your skills and accomplishments, the stronger the impression you’ll make on potential employers.
Job Match allows employers and job seekers to be matched based on their respective needs and profiles. After being matched, the employer receives a list of qualified candidates while the job seeker receives a list of matching job openings.
Explore advertised jobs, how much money you can make and what skills you'll need in the Government of Canada Job Bank.
Looking for work takes a lot of energy. Handling the inevitable ups and downs of your work search is much easier when you take steps to maintain your positive attitude and renew your sense of hope.
Using social media for your work search can help you find opportunities and showcase your abilities in innovative ways.
Your social media identity tells people a lot about you. But it can also have a big impact on your career and professional reputation, now and in the future.
When searching for jobs online, only use familiar, well-known websites or sites that have been referred to you by friends, family or the media.