If you’re searching for a job, and you’d like to start working in 2018, you need to start applying now. The time to hire, and time to fill, are becoming longer, so jobs starting in January are gathering and interviewing candidates in late November and early December. Before you apply, make sure you check off every one of these job-related new year resolutions (while your friends wait in line to purchase gym memberships): Read More
Employers require interviews with candidates to assess their skills, personality, thought process, ability to handle pressure, leadership potential, and fit. Some interviews are conducted in-person, while others are conducted through online video. Some require testing, while others require a portfolio. Some involve one interviewer, while others involve meeting the team. Getting a job requires going through an interview, answering questions, and perhaps answering ‘nontraditional’ questions.
Every Remembrance Day, we honour the courageous men and women serving in the Canadian Armed Forces, helping to preserve our longstanding values and beliefs. We’d like to honour and express gratitude to our own Career Edge team members who have served, or are currently serving in the Canadian Armed Forces. Here are their stories: Read More
Canada’s youth unemployment rate dropped to 10.3 per cent in September, but the decrease doesn’t equal what it suggests.
More youth aren’t getting jobs. They’re leaving the workforce and going (or returning) to school, with 56 per cent of Canadian youth enrolled full-time.
Does more education increase their employability upon graduation, or delay the inevitability of another painful job search? Read More
Approximately one third of Canada’s Top 100 Employers (2018) are Career Edge employers! In its 19th year, the national competition determines which employers are leaders in their industries and offer an exceptional work environment for their staff. Read More
“I was able to bring a unique set of skills and experiences to my civilian employer,” said Roy Liang.
Two years ago, as the Canadian Armed Forces Reservists’ paid internship program’s inaugural hire, Roy completed a six-month, paid internship on Apotex’s talent acquisition team. He successfully integrated into the civilian workforce and launched his career.