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I will be entering law school. I am deciding if i want to be a human rights, environmental, or family lawyer. which of these is most needed in Canada?
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@mstudent wrote
I will be entering law school. I am deciding if i want to be a human rights, environmental, or family lawyer. which of these is most needed in Canada?


If you were actually entering law school (e.g. you're already done your undergrad.) you'd already know the answer to your question.
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@mstudent wrote
I will be entering law school. I am deciding if i want to be a human rights, environmental, or family lawyer. which of these is most needed in Canada?



what other schooling have you taken in any of these different strands? Which one do you think you'll enjoy the most? I don't think you should be looking at which Canada needs the most but at which you would enjoy the most.
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Are there any jobs specifically related to activism for gay rights? I can't seem to find any.
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@shirin9671111 wrote
Are there any jobs specifically related to activism for gay rights? I can't seem to find any.


Join a pro-gay rights group as an activist? :scratch:
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Definitely environmental, the current trend out there is green and sustainability with the environment!!!!!!


@mstudent wrote
I will be entering law school. I am deciding if i want to be a human rights, environmental, or family lawyer. which of these is most needed in Canada?


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I'm currently in my second year of university studying biology and chemistry, and I'm searching for a Co-op placement for the summer. I feel like I've used all the resources out there, including my Co-op departments connections. Yet I have not been able to find a job that really interests me. I would love to work in a lab setting, doing research and conducting tests based on the systems of the body. Blood testing, organ testing, even cancer research would be a dream come true. Does anyone know of other resources I could check out, or of any employment opportunites for a Co-op student such as myself?
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Beaver Tails in Ottawa is hiring currently if people are interested
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@mmcallis wrote
Beaver Tails in Ottawa is hiring currently if people are interested


1. They're a horrible employer.

2. It's only seasonal work.
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I've had some success visiting my local Services Canada center. I'd recommend that to anyone. Tell the attendant that you're looking for a job. They will give you a form to fill out where you can mark down your work preferences. The attendant may or may not go through it with you. When a job opportunity comes in that matches your profile, someone from Services Canada will call you.
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Thanks that Job Listings site didn't have anything for me yet, but my roommate saw some stuff for her!
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@cashpiles wrote
I've had some success visiting my local Services Canada center. I'd recommend that to anyone. Tell the attendant that you're looking for a job. They will give you a form to fill out where you can mark down your work preferences. The attendant may or may not go through it with you. When a job opportunity comes in that matches your profile, someone from Services Canada will call you.




Thats a great idea! Are there any requirments though, like you have to be an immigrant or something? Because thats why I never tried it before, they always have programs for newcommers or students who dropped high school but i never see programs for people just looking for a part-time job who don't fit under those two categories.
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Im a valedictorian too, so quick question, how do I change my rank on here to say that?
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The Services Canada is a good idea. I'm currently with Career Builder.ca and havent gotten too many results all of which seem to be out of my range to work in.
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@carleejade wrote
Im a valedictorian too, so quick question, how do I change my rank on here to say that?



lolwtf?
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I've always found www.jobbank.gc.ca a good website to look for jobs. They also have a student section and summer employment section.
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internet job searchs dont seem to be working. im trying to find a summer job that involves hands on work with horses. any ideas?
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Which field of business is easier for anyone to get a decent paid job? thanks :)
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