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This section links to websites that can be useful for jobseekers and is intended to be a resource for career professionals to share with clients. If you know of an interesting website that does not figure in the listings below, you are welcome to add it by clicking on the “Add a listing” button.

50 Ways to Get a Job

Whether you’re just starting out or in the middle of switching careers, 50waystogetajob.com is an neat little choose-your-own-adventure style site to help you figure it out with actionable steps.

A Careers Caseload: Careers Advice in Higher Education

This blog provides articles on various subjects linked to career development.

A Guide for Midlife Career Moves

This book for job seekers aged 45+ will help you take stock of where you are now and where you want to be. You’ll learn to identify the skills you currently have and how to apply them in a wide variety of work settings, discover that it’s never too late to learn new skills, recognize the many positives for hiring mature workers and learn how to combat some of those negative beliefs that employers may have. Find out more about the different work options available to you, determine your financial and lifestyle needs and gather more resources to move forward as you begin your midlife career transition. For more information and to download the PDF or order online, visit: http://alis.alberta.ca/ep/careershop/showproduct.html?DisplayCode=PRODUCT&EntityKey=3495

A Guide to Managing an Aging Workforce

This book is for employers, managers and supervisors who are interested in learning more about health and safety issues in the workplace as they apply to older workers. It will help you: • consider simple changes in the work environment to keep aging workers safe, healthy and productive • learn how to reduce the shortage of skilled workers by keeping mature workers employed • understand how a safe and healthy work environment benefits workers of all ages • connect with further resources and obtain additional information View

Aboriginal Job Centre

The goal of the Aboriginal Job Centre (AJC) is twofold. On one side, it provides a free online platform for all employers – including Aboriginal organizations – to publish job opportunities that are targeted towards the Aboriginal workforce. On the other side, Aboriginal job seekers can search for employment opportunities, whether it is by location, job sector or keywords. Postings from across Canada are added to the site daily.

ACHE Healthcare Executive 2017 Competencies Assessment Tool

The American College of Healthcare Executives Competencies Assessment Tool is offered as an instrument for healthcare executives to use in assessing their expertise in critical areas of healthcare management.

Adzuna

Adzuna is a search engine for classified ads that gives a good overview of labour market trends across the country.

Alberta Learning Information Services – OccInfo

Search for occupational information based on title, industry, or NOC code.  Check out over 500 occupations and get all the details, from duties, working conditions, salaries and advancement opportunities to personal characteristics and educational qualifications.

Assess Yourself | CAREERwise Education

Find careers that match your work skills, interests, and values. Career assessment tools ask questions to help you learn about yourself and careers that fit you. These tools will not tell you what to do. They help you explore options and decide for yourself. View

Canadian Careers

Great list of resources for job seekers.

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