Author: Brian Trota

How to Use Labour Market Information in your Job Search

Whenever we start our job search we typically focus on the basics: getting a resume done and the applying for jobs online or in-person. But it is important to use data for our long term aims. One such piece of information (and relatively easy to come by) is Labour Market Information or LMI for short.

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How to Tailor your Resume in order to get more Interviews

Writing a generic resume and cover letter and blasting it out to hundreds of companies may seem like great, time-saving trick to get a job, however it seldom works. Analyze the Job posting The key is to building a resume and cover letter around the specific job posting you are applying for. For example, if

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How to get the Most from a Networking Event

Networking is an essential part of your job search. If you are serious about getting a job–you should be using every opportunity to network and going to networking specific events. There are many organizations that set up networking events which include your local chamber of commerce. It’s also a good idea to create your own

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3 Ways a Career Resource Centre Can Aid in your Job Search

Career Resource centres (that is one of names they go by, but the name may be different in your area) are good places to go when starting your job search. They offer a variety of different resources when it comes to job search and career development. They have books, workshops, job search tools, consultants and

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Utilizing Your Local Library in Your Job Search (Pt. 1)

Libraries aren’t just for taking out books or reserving computers to surf the net anymore. Modern libraries have become places where you can learn languages, take free online business courses and help you in your job search/career development. There are so many awesome resources to help with your job search at the library it might

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