Six Career Stoppers to Avoid

by admin 04/06/2018 0 comments

Getting a job is a lot easier for many employees than holding on to it. A great number of job seekers are more scared of the uncertainties and insecurity ahead of them as they expect that job offer letter. The following tips have helped many prospective and serving employees to cope with the uncertainties on […]

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A new career awaits!

by Amy Richardson 20/03/2018 0 comments

Job Minders has lots of job openings across Canada and beyond. Here’s a few currently open. For the complete list, create an account at www.jobminders.com and start looking today! Cook Location: Calgary, AB Salary: $14/hour for 40 hours/week Years of experience: 2 to 3 years Education: High school diploma or equivalent experience Description: Working in the kitchen of […]

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Looking for a job? We’ve got plenty!

by Amy Richardson 08/03/2018 0 comments

Job Minders has lots of job openings across Canada and beyond. Here’s a few currently open. For the complete list, create an account at www.jobminders.com and start looking today! Babysitter Location: Mississauga, ON Salary: $14-$16/hour for full-time work Years of experience: 1 to 2 years Education: High school diploma or equivalent experience Description: Starting as soon […]

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How to avoid work-from-home job scams

by Amy Richardson 23/02/2018 0 comments

Learn how to identify work-from-home scams—even ones that may not be so obvious. Yes, you can work from home—just beware of jobs that aren’t real. For many people craving a more flexible work schedule working from home is the dream, right? Even if you don’t get to work poolside with a margarita in hand, working […]

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7 mistakes you’re making on your resume

by Amy Richardson 13/02/2018 0 comments

Love them or hate them: resumes are the key to getting a new job. There’s lots of different ways to write a resume (including the Job Minder method for resume writing), but how do you make sure your resume gets to the top of the pile? Avoid frustrating hiring managers by making these common resume […]

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What is a cover letter?

by Amy Richardson 08/02/2018 0 comments

There are a lot of elements to prepare and steps to follow when on the job hunt. The process can be challenging, overwhelming and confusing. This is especially true when it comes to submitting an application and whether or not to include a cover letter. What is a cover letter? A cover letter is like […]

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New career in your future? Check out these job openings!

by Amy Richardson 30/01/2018 0 comments

Looking to start your 2018 off on the right foot with a new career? Job Minders has lots of job openings across Canada and beyond. Here’s a few currently open. For the complete list, create an account at www.jobminders.com and start looking today! Nanny Location: North York, ON Salary: $14/hour for 40 hours per week […]

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How to score an internship

by Amy Richardson 26/01/2018 0 comments

 ‘Tis the season! Students and recent grads are starting to look for internships to fill their summer or end off their semester. Internships are a great way for young people with limited professional experience to gain some real working experience and get their foot in the door of a company. Internships can be the stepping-stone […]

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How to ask for a reference

by Amy Richardson 18/01/2018 0 comments

Often in the job hunting process, references are required for employers to do their due diligence before hiring you. You might look great on paper, but employers want to be assured you’re the right fit for the job.  Checking references is a normal part of the search and you should have at least three professional […]

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