18 Jan

3 Soft Skills You Need to Emphasize in Your Next Interview

Posted by Andrea Ryan

Unemployment is at a record low. Some industries are facing shortages of talented and skilled workers, but you still can’t seem to manage to land a job. You have applied to dozens of roles, and you’ve even had a couple of interviews. Employers keep passing you over for other candidates.

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10 Jan

Have an Interview? How to Research the Company

Posted by Andrea Ryan

Landing an interview is one of the most exciting parts of any job search. You’ve made it past the first round and attracted the hiring manager’s attention. Now you have an opportunity to showcase your skills.

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Topics: Job Search
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
4 Dec

How To Talk During An Interview: An Example

Posted by Andrea Ryan

Let us state it right at the beginning. Interviews are stressful. You know you want the job - that is why you have agreed to a meeting with the recruiter. The company knows they want a good candidate - and has been impressed by the types of skills you have on your resume. Still, how well you are able to talk in an interview decides whether or not you'll be considered for the next round.

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Topics: Hiring
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