Are you applying for the right jobs? Are you qualified for those jobs? Do you appear credible to the hiring professional who decides to bring you in for an interview? Or are you eliminating yourself in the first few seconds?
Are you over 50 and feeling frustrated by the lack of opportunities in the job market? Do you think you're being overlooked simply because of your age? Are you tired of seeing the jobs go to younger, less experienced applicants?
We’ve just about escaped those cold days of winter. And as much as those sitting at warm desks can complain about the rain, if you’re still struggling to find a job this time of year, it can be even worse.
Career Professionals of Canada Cannexus 16 Call for Presenters Career Professionals of Canada (CPC) is a supporting organization of Cannexus 16. CERIC – Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling invites individuals or...
Half of Canadians wish they had sought more career planning advice, survey finds NorthumberlandView.ca "Career professionals come in a variety of forms, from high school guidance counsellors to private career coaches," said Riz Ibrahim, CERIC's...
In Part One of this post yesterday, we asked you to consider eight questions from both the applicant side and the recruiter side of a job opportunity. Our goal: to help determine: is there is a mutually-beneficial match?
Career Professionals of Canada Cover Letters, Networking Letters, Job Search Letters…Lots of Letters In their research, Career Professionals often come across articles that feature examples of the “worst business letters”.
Andy Senko CDP's insight:
Excellent resource for cover letters. I also highly recommend "Best Canadian Resumes" by the same author.
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