Jamie Dargie
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Jamie Dargie

Jamie is responsible for leading, developing, and executing the vision, strategy, and business objectives for Eastern Canada, including Toronto and Montreal. A recruitment expert across three continents for over 20 years, Jamie possesses deep industry knowledge having run multi-disciplinary teams for international and domestic recruitment campaigns within contingent search and workforce management for RPO and MSP projects.
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9 Jan

5 Hot Engineering Skills for 2019

Posted by Jamie Dargie

If you’ve been dreaming about a new job, it may be time to spruce up your resume and start searching job postings. While the job hunt may take a while, rest assured 2019 promises to be a good year for candidates. Our research - included in our Salary Guide for 2019 - also finds businesses to be optimistic and ready to invest. With many sectors of the Canadian economy projected to grow, engineers will be in demand all year long. 

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17 Dec

How to Plan Your Job Search In Winters? [Explained]

Posted by Jamie Dargie

Winters in Canada are not usually considered a great time to kick off your job search. Weather is intense, daylight is bare minimum, and holidays take up much of the office time - leaving very little scope for job search. While it can lead you to think December is only time for office holidays and vacations, you can utilize this time to prepare your resume and making a list of jobs and industries you want to get in.

A guide on how the market is definitely helps. You can access one here.

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Topics: Job Search
19 Oct

5 BEST PRACTICES OF RESUME WRITING IN 2018: A SURVEY

Posted by Jamie Dargie

Your resume is probably the first piece of introduction that lands with a potential employer. If you craft a resume that is good enough to grab an employer's attention, you automatically increase your chances of getting called for an interview.

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29 Aug

Tips to screen your resume before applying for a job

Posted by Jamie Dargie

Backed by research, we now know recruiters only spend six seconds on an average to scan a resume. Six seconds is all it takes for an employer to decide whether you’ll be considered for the type of job advertised or not. When the window of opportunity is this small, every word on your resume matters.

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22 Aug

5 Key Things Recruiters Look for in Resumes and Cover Letters

Posted by Jamie Dargie

Your resume and cover letter are the first thing that lands with the recruiter. It is your first piece of introduction, and much like first impressions – it is the first point of assessment too.

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