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Ontario Employment Stats for September 2019

Highlights In September, employment increased in Ontario and Nova Scotia, while it held steady in the other provinces. Growth in employment was concentrated among both men and women in the core working ages of 25 to 54. There were more people working in health care and social assistance, as well as in accommodation and food services. At the

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Summer Planning for September Hiring

  The month of September is when employers get back to work in full swing. Job postings and hiring decisions that had been put off due to summer vacations will get completed. You want to be ready for the rush. To prepare yourself and stay ahead of the pack, there are several steps you can

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Job Hunting in Summer

  Summer is when the people who are already employed typically take extended vacations from one to two weeks (or longer). This means that it can require more time for employers to make a hiring decision for the jobs they post. So how does this impact your job search? Patience Is Needed Knowing that decisions

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How to Know When it’s Time to Change Jobs

  As you think about that big question (whether or not you’re being interviewed), ask yourself these five questions about your company, your colleagues, and your personal game plan for 2019. 1. Does my company stand for something–anything–special? It’s hard to be thrilled with your job if the company you work for is struggling to

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You’re Hired!

  “You’re Hired!” Those may be some of the best words you hear when you come to Canada – especially if it’s a job you really want. But now comes the task of navigating your workplace culture. Newcomers to Canada have an extra step to take in learning how to work in Canada and in their new workplace.

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