In the world of business, the economy, and jobs, change can happen very quickly. Although you can read many reports about future trends and growth, this kind of information can become outdated quickly as the market changes and might not help you if you are looking for a job now. One way to balance this kind of long-term “trending” information is to read about what’s happening today. You can do this easily by reading newspapers and focusing on a few labour market sites that are updated daily, monthly or quarterly.
And remember; looking for a job does not only mean looking for job postings! Many jobs are not advertised and you need to spend time on the hidden job market. To learn more, click here.
EMPLOYMENT ONTARIO: Get help with your job search!
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For Job Seekers: Find an agency located in your community that can help you with your job search and career decision making. Get help with your resume, learn about networking, attend workshops, job fairs, and so much more. All services are free of charge.
For Business: Employment Ontario funded agencies can assist you by connecting you with highly qualified professionals to meet your hiring needs. They can advertise your jobs, pre-screen candidates, provide paid or unpaid work placements, and much more. All services are free of charge.