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Canadian Resumes: How Different can they be from Mine?

Written by Arcelia Camacho, PMP   Have you ever wondered how different your current resume might be from a Canadian one?  How many pages should it have? How much personal information should you include? How do you sell your skill set and experience for the role in question? Keep reading and get answers to these

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Bridging Program for Information and Communications Technology IEPs

Written by: Marlene Dlin Are you new to Canada? Are you an internationally educated professional (IEP)? Is your background in Information and Communications Technology (ICT)? If so, then IWES is for you! IWES is a bridge training program designed specifically and only for IEPs who are new to Canada and have an ICT background and

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Getting Started on your Canadian Job Search

Written by Heather Brothers Originally published at CIC News, Canada Immigration Newsletter   Moving to a new country is a life-altering event, and looking for a new job can be a source of anxiety. We constantly hear reports of highly-skilled immigrants struggling to find jobs, even as immigration levels continue to increase. In this article,

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5 Things I Did to Transition from Academia into Business

One of the biggest challenges you might experience when you move to Canada is to understand and join the workplace culture. The challenge lies in the fact that you don’t know you are expected to display a particular set of behaviours.

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The One Question Your Resume Must Answer

Written by Arcelia Camacho, PMP   Depending on where you have acquired your professional experience, a resume might be a document you have never written before. Perhaps you are more familiar with the Curriculum Vitae, commonly known as a C.V. In Canada, the C.V. is usually reserved for faculty positions such as Assistant Professor or

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