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How to Write a Resume that Gets You Job Interviews

Written by Arcelia Camacho, PMP   The purpose of your resume is to get a job interview. That is why your resume has to be tailored to the job description, achievement-oriented, and error-free. Here’s how you can write a resume that gives the employer confidence in inviting you to interview. Gather your keywords. When you

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PrepCan’s Insiders Vol. 9

When applying for jobs, should I mention that I have Permanent Residence status and add my SIN number to my resume or cover letter?

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PrepCan’s Insiders Vol. 8

Written by Arcelia Camacho, PMP 5 minutes read Dear PrepCan: I often read that it is crucial to do some research about my desired occupation in Canada, but I do not know where to start. Can you share some pointers? Thanks! – Clueless Me Dear Clueless me: It can be overwhelming to conduct a job

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PrepCan’s Insiders Special Issue

Written by Arcelia Camacho, PMP, Cert. APM Dear PrepCan: I was wondering if you could share with us some of the advice and feedback you’ve heard from other New Canadians who are now living and working in Canada. I think it would be beneficial for other fellow members of this PrepCan community and me. Thank

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Finding a Job: a Newcomer’s point of view

Written by Omar A. Hasan Looking for a job in your domain in Canada is not an easy task, especially for newcomers like us. When we find our first job in Canada, we often don’t have time to tell people about our journey. That is why you may not see as many success stories as

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