Top Entry-Level Jobs for University Graduates

Top Entry-Level Jobs for University Graduates
Post-university graduation life can be an unsure and scary time. But while the transition from the classroom to the real world is difficult, don’t be intimidated, as many companies desire someone with your skills, determination and knowledge. While you’ll likely start at an entry-level position, companies love the the enthusiasm and new ideas grads bring ...

Digitize Your Work Experience and Get Hired

Digitize Your Work Experience and Get Hired
Whether you’re gearing up for your post-graduation job hunt or looking for a summer job before starting your next year, there’s a lot to remember as a student or recent grad looking for employment! To beat the competition and maximize your chances of landing your dream job, put the power of the Internet behind your ...

Online presence could affect job seeker’s hiring chances and salary: York U study

Looking for a job? You may need to polish your online image first. A York U study suggests a job seeker’s online presence can have a profound effect on their chances of getting hired and their starting salary – especially for women. Jennifer Harrison, a York University graduate (now a professor at NEOMA Business School ...

Open New Career Doors with a Second Language

Open New Career Doors with a Second Language
Infographic submitted by Shane Whelan of ULearn Text Version Available Below Open New Career Doors with a Second Language In an ultra-competitive jobs environment, having something extra on your CV is always a bonus, particularly if it is a second language. Further Your Career….With a Second Language: Opportunity to specialise in a specific area such ...

Work Story: Unique project brings Maasai-inspired jewellery to Bloor Street

Work Story: Unique project brings Maasai-inspired jewellery to Bloor Street
As the Maasai matriarch darts her needle in and out of blue beads, she wishes she could add a red one to the mix now and then. But “Mama Teriano” is not home in Kenya making jewellery the traditional way; she is visiting Ryerson University, where her daughter now works, to help fashion a North ...

Three networking tips to build your professional network

Three networking tips to build your professional network
Written by Dave Wilkin, Founder of Ten Thousand Coffees, @10kcoffees Different ways to network – 1 to 1 vs events Traditionally, people are told that the best way to network is to attend events. Unfortunately, being thrust into a room full of hundreds of individuals and being told to shake hands and chat with others ...

The ideal application

The ideal application
By James Michael McDonald. Originally Published on JobPostings.ca On average, 250 people apply for every job. Now that it’s time to start applying for summer jobs and post-graduation work, that statistic should worry you. There are countless people looking for work all the time, which means there will always be competition. Despite your qualifications, education, ...