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Old 11-27-2007, 11:41 PM   #1
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This guide will give you a jump start in getting a job. You can apply as part-time to get those extra bucks rolling in while in school, a full-time for settlers, or even a life-changing career. No matter what it is, this guide will give you the resources in applying for that ‘right’ job just for you!

Where do I start?
Let’s get that paper and pen ready and start taking notes. It’s the best way to recored all the main points than remembering it in your head.

But the very first thing that you should do is know your rights as an employee.

Why do I want to work?

When do I want to work?

What do I want to work for?
Of course, you can go hunting for a job while wearing a dress/suit all day or you can do it all in your home.

This is primarily BC employment, but for people outside the province, here is an alternate reference: and

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Work Futures [BC] - This is an excellent resource for people in BC, it provides comprehensive description of British Columbia's labour market.

Field of Interest - An informational and descriptive website for finding a career that you want to pursue.

Job Listings - This website is one of many popular and benifitial websites for job listing offers for people to companies. - Canada's biggest job site for people who are looking for employment. It is a way of looking for jobs that are on demand in Canada. - Another online employment listing website. The website also focuses on students in need for a job in the summer. - Not as popular as the other job posting websites, but this website targets fellow students who would like to work.

Campus Workopolis - A job posting website specifically for students, great, time to get that campus job!

Job Bank of Canada - Government employment, a great way to secure yourself in a government job.

Working - Canada - Employment listing in Canada. - A ton of jobs listed in this website, but it's not regulated under company, please use it at your own risk.

As you can see, there are a ton of employing websites looking for people like you.

How do I get that job?
1. Read the job requisites
Read the employer’s requirements, if you eligible for ‘that’ particular job, then proceed to step 2 or if have everything that you need to get that job, why are you still reading this guide?

1. Make a resume
Here are some links in making a professional resume, please take the time to do this. It’s the most important process in getting hired.

2. Make a cover letter
This provides a brief summary of your reasons in working for an employer you applied for. Here are some links to making a professional cover letter.

3. Provide references
Every employer will ask you this, be sure you have at least two references at hand when you do get interviewed.

4. Develop a portfolio
This may sound alarming to you, but some jobs may ask you for a portfolio, so be prepared and ready to have one at hand. Here are some links that you will find useful.

5. The interview
Dress adequately, be confident, prepared, and, relaxed. Here are some links that will give some boost of confidence in getting that job!

In the end, when you step to that door, take a deep breathe and be yourself. Good luck!

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BC Jobs - BC's Career Search, Employment & Job Posting Site - BC's search engine for jobs - like google - links directly to employers with real jobs, no agency ads.
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Wow! So much useful stuff I really need now. Looking for a job and explore a lot of job and resume sites.

I'd like to add several more:
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