Giving students awareness on the advantages and uses of attending a job fair; What is it? What’s in it for you? How to make the most of your time at a job fair! For more information, visit: View
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.
Through this site you can access job listings from over 130 newspapers. You can search by a job title/keyword as well as field of interest. (USA)
This E-zine offers information, news, articles, a resume bank, directories of consultants and recruiters. (USA)
This website allows you to search the job market based on education, current work, and desired field of work. This is a UK based website so some of the figures may not pertain to the Canadian job market, but it gives great information in a very eye catching way!
The Council of Ontario Universities this week launched a new website designed to help students, graduates and entry-level employees match their education, skills, desires and goals with jobs. www.MyCareerInfo.ca features resume and interview tips, online budgeting tools, information on job market trends, and links to job listings. It also provides links to Ontario university career and student services, and will be updated regularly with the latest news from the marketplace.
Lists over 11,000 links to jobs, employers, business, education and career service professionals on the Web. Also contains 6,000 other helpful career resources in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Germany and the United Kingdom.