We’re all looking for jobs that fit our previous education, personal interests, goals, desires and passions in life. There are a variety of online job banks that target their services towards a specific type of individual. Take a peek through the list below and see which one fits with you!
- Career Edge Organization
- Goodwork Canada
- Charity Village
- Ontario Government Summer Job Listings
- Ontario Government Public Service Job Listings
- Service Canada Job Bank
- Federal Student Work Exchange Program
- Toronto Youth Employment Services
- Kingston is Hiring
- GigaJob Canada
- Better Canadian Jobs
- Job Career
- Creative Jobs Canada
TalentEgg is a job search site designed specifically for university and post-university students who are stuck in their job hunt. This Toronto-based organization lists hundreds of internships, co-ops, summer jobs, student jobs, entry level jobs and early career jobs, available to search based on what you are studying.
Fun Fact! : TalentEgg was founded by a former Queen’s University student Lauren Friese, who upon graduating, struggled in her transition from school to work. She eventually opted for graduate studies at the London School of Economics, and thanks to several career websites in the UK that allowed her to look further into her career options, she found a job. Wanting the same thing for young adults entering the workforce in Canada, she came back and started TalentEgg! The power of innovation!
Jobpostings Magazine is distributed at 126 university and college campuses across Canada. It has a large online job board devoted specifically to students, helping them land entry-level jobs, internships, and co-ops, and regularly posts articles related to job hunting and career prep.
The Career Edge Organization assist recent graduates (within three years of graduation) who are unemployed or underemployed find paid internships, varying in length from four to 12 months. They also have an Ability Edge Program for graduates with self-declared disabilities.
If you are ready to unleash your inner tree-hugger, then GoodWork Canada is the site for you. Filled with jobs aimed at the eco-lover, conservationist and environmentalist, this site is an extensive resource for those searching for a good job that they know will please Mother Nature.
For the radical hipster, social activist, fervent foodie, or generally kind soul, Charity Village is a comprehensive list of employment opportunities for people searching for a job in the non-profit sector.
One of the largest online recruitment and career management industries in Canada, Workopolis has extensive resources to help write a strong resume, calculate potential salaries, and alert you to possible jobs that fit with your needs and talents. It even provides a list of student/entry-level positions for those who are both studying and working, or are recent graduates!
Neuvoo is a Canadian job search engine that indexes jobs directly from companies’ career websites, placement agencies and job boards. We centralise all jobs available on the web to help people find new career opportunities, much like a Google for jobs. Give it a try, and see what you can find.
The government of Ontario provides a comprehensive listing of employment opportunities for students wishing to work within the province. The site provides everything from free job-search services and self-marketing support to job postings for a summer law student program and a stewardship youth ranger program.
The Ontario government provides resources for youth and new professionals seeking employment in the public service. The website lists a range of summer employment opportunities, internships and co-ops.
Service Canada has a comprehensive job bank for all Canadian students/youth and for general employment. It divides jobs by province, region, and job category to help you narrow your job search and find something that complements your skills, location and desired salary!
FSWEP provides full-time secondary and post-secondary students with experience in the federal public sector in an area related to their field of study. The site lists jobs that include everything from office work to lab work and jobs in information technology. FSWEP is the main agency used by federal organizations in the recruitment and hiring of students.
Toronto Youth Employment Services (YES) is an easy-to-use, easy-to-navigate job board that lists employment opportunities for youth in the Toronto area. In addition to its job board, the site provides advice for youth attempting to start a business, workshops for those hoping to gain more training, and assistance for disadvantaged or low-income youth in the job hunting process.
Kingston is Hiring was launched by the Kingston Economic Development Cooperation in April 2013, and advertises employment opportunities in the Kingston area. Jobs are filtered by location, employment category, and employer for those seeking out careers in this region.
CareerJet.ca is a Canadian job search engine that allows you to search jobs by industry, location and the length of your contract. The site also gives you the option of posting your resume or creating job alerts so that you’re notified when a posting comes up relevant to your search.
Gigajob is a job site that connects job seekers, employers, and placement agencies. You can post your CV, search through their job database, and contact individuals about the postings that interest you.
Better Canadian Jobs is a new national job board, designed to help you with the job search. Give it a browse and set up some job alerts along the way.
JobCareer allows job seekers to search through jobs from thousands of company recruitment pages and job board sites, upload and manage their resumes which can be discovered by potential employers, and read tips and advice on how to get a job.
Ontario-job.ca is an aggregator of job listings that lets you search for existing employment placement services job listings in Ontario. All search results of job offers are also available alerts jobs.
Creative Jobs Canada is targeted specifically to creative, marketing, media, and design professionals to connect them with employers working in those fields.
Job-Applications.ca offers applications, job tips, company overviews and career-related articles for major businesses to help Canadians find work.