CareerNov 12, 2020

Coffee chats: Questions you should ask to network better

 Networking is a way of life in Canada and is crucial to finding a role in your field of work. Previously, people networked solely at conferences, events or over in-person coffee chats or informational interviews. Today, thanks to technology, networking has gone virtual. So, as a newcomer looking [...]

CareerNov 5, 2020

How to find a mentor in Canada: Tips for newcomers

For many newcomers in Canada, finding a job and getting back in their field of work feels like an uphill task. While it does take effort (and patience) to find meaningful employment, there are various resources and tools available that you, as a newcomer, can leverage to ease your [...]

CareerAug 10, 2020

How to prepare for a job interview in Canada

As a newcomer in Canada, you may likely have had one or many job interviews before you moved. However, interviewing for the first time in a new country, in a new culture, can be nerve-wracking. A little information, access to valuable resources, and some practice can go a long [...]

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CareerJul 9, 2020

10 common job interview questions and how to answer them

A job application process often begins with sharing your resume and progresses to one or multiple rounds of interviews. As a newcomer in Canada, this may (most likely) not be your first time in a job interview, but it doesn’t hurt to brush up on some of the basic interview [...]

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