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Organizations: Human Services Audience: Job Seekers

Views: 224
Last Modified

March 1, 2018

Description

The survey is commissioned by the Government of Alberta to provide information on wages and salaries for full- and part-time employees by occupation, region, and industry. The survey helps Albertans make career and education choices and helps organizations determine pay scales.


Views: 41
Last Modified

August 1, 2017

Description

Career Planner will help clients to : - see that career planning is an ongoing process with a series of choices and decisions. - identify and discover their skills, interests, values and traits relating to work roles. - research the tasks, knowledge and attitudes needed in work categories. -...


Views: 4504
Last Modified

January 1, 2017

Description

The survey is commissioned by the government of Alberta to provide information on wages and salaries for full- and part-time employees by occupation, region, and industry. The survey helps Albertans make career and education choices and helps organizations determine pay scales.


Views: 46
Last Modified

March 1, 2016

Description

This guide contains information to help internationally educated and trained immigrants identify realistic work opportunities and make successful employment transitions in Alberta. It will help them find and use information to research the labour market; learn about the requirements of...


Views: 1985
Last Modified

January 1, 2015

Description

The survey is commissioned by the government of Alberta to provide information on wages and salaries for full- and part-time employees by occupation, region, and industry. The survey helps Albertans make career and education choices and helps organizations determine pay scales.


Views: 55
Last Modified

November 1, 2013

Description

Employment Insurance (EI) provides temporary financial assistance to unemployed Canadians who have lost their job through no fault of their own. A Feepayer is an individual who pays the cost of their training, tuition, books and supplies and has been referred by a delegated authority. To continue...


Views: 22
Last Modified

August 1, 2013

Description

Alberta Works and Student Aid Alberta offer funding options for approved occupational training programs.


Views: 24
Last Modified

August 1, 2013

Description

An overview of the employment and training programs and services designed to provide opportunities for Albertans to make successful transitions from school to work, unemployment to employment and from one career path to another.


Views: 10
Last Modified

August 1, 2013

Description

This program provides full and part-time occupationally focused training opportunities to enable clients to get a job, substantially improve their employment situation or adapt to changing labour conditions and skill requirements in order to sustain employment.


Views: 30
Last Modified

March 1, 2013

Description

This guide to finding work is for new or inexperienced job seekers. Start by identifying your skills, accomplishments, needs and wants, and decide which jobs are a good fit for you. Get tips on how to network effectively, conduct an information interview and be successful in a job interview....