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CareerJoy Résumé Guidelines

Complete how to guide on building a résumés, cover letters, thank you letters and reference lists.

Certified Employment Strategist (CES) Program

The Certified Employment Strategist (CES) and Master Certified Employment Strategist (MCES) designations enhance your credibility and visibility as a career transition professional providing employment or job search services. This program is open to all employment consultants, job search coaches, career coaches, and other career transition practitioners who serve the Canadian labour market. If you provide clients with strategic employment, job search, or career transition advice, you are a potential candidate for the Certified Employment Strategist (CES) credential.

Create an Expert LinkedIn Profile for Job Search

Canadian settlement sector’s first MOOC course – Create an Expert LinkedIn Profile for Job Search. The course is designed with new Canadians in mind and also geared to people who are preparing to move to Canada.

eHow – Job Search

“Clear Instructions on How To Do (just about) Everything” This section is about Job Search and includes Etiquette, Interviewing, Research Fields, Résumés, Cover Letters and References

Impact of Social Media on Career Counselling

Topics covered include: Use in job search, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Privacy issues,

Jobs And New Graduates

We look at personal and national strategies for putting our young to work.

NACE Journal

Established in 1940, the NACE Journal speaks to both sides of the college career services and HR/staffing field. The Journal is filled with current, in-depth information—articles, reports, and features—on what’s really happening in the field.


The SaskNetWork site features information on career planning, job searching, training and education, LMI and self-employment.

The Directory of Careers & Employment in Canada

Canada’s first and most complete book on careers and employment is here! Well organized and easy-to-use, this Directory contains all the information you need in one single source. Thousands of profiles on topics listed above will save you time and money in accessing vital information.

The Job Search Cookbook

The Job Search Cookbook provides career seekers, and their career coaches with a trackable system to guide them through the job search process. This unique job search management system is based on the principles of assisting individuals to move from step-to-step within a normal job hiring cycle. Using a job search board provides a visual representation of the job search process and assists individuals in monitoring their progress each step of the way. The main benefit of this book is that it provides the job seeker a methodology and framework for their job search. By utilizing a social network audit, the Cookbook presents a means for job seekers to tap into the hidden job market where over 80% of the jobs are found. The online job search tracking tool will enable the reader to visually monitor his or her progress, and if they are working with a career coach a means to track progress, identify any corrective actions, and get the most out of limited face-to-face time. Ultimately, the cook- book is a recipe for job search success.

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