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A photo of MariamHalimi MariamHalimi
Hey, i was just wondering.
Does this website help you find part time jobs that you want?
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A photo of cosstickxx cosstickxx
Ive never tried to use it to find a job... I didn't even know it has that function
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A photo of paramecium paramecium
No.
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@MariamHalimi wrote
Hey, i was just wondering.
Does this website help you find part time jobs that you want?


No. Where would you get that idea?
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@MariamHalimi wrote
Hey, i was just wondering.
Does this website help you find part time jobs that you want?



I don't think it does.
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A photo of timcommandeur14 timcommandeur14
Pretty sure it doesn't.
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A photo of Nyx Nyx
www.monster.ca
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A photo of jguenther jguenther
http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/
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A photo of JerM JerM
No
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A photo of annamaria annamaria
if you are looking for a job... try HRDC or visit the CAVE youth employment ..they are located by metrotown and help you make a resume, find a job and notify you about job fairs
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A photo of Larissa Larissa
Also job connect will help you find a job.
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A photo of Kevin Ianson Kevin Ianson
Some of the scholarships offer work palcement opporunities if you get them like there was one through TD Bank and it also had a job offer with it if you got it but I don't think many have that set up.
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A photo of bennycai bennycai
no it doesn't. It just helps you find scholarship opportunities.
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A photo of steve steve
:batman: this website is not meant for job searching, however, with the new updates, there may be a section that specializes in finding jobs for students.
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Where do you find the sense to believe you can find a job on a site with a name like that
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A photo of Anonymous Anonymous
Relax guys, the question has obviously already been answered several times...
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A photo of Countryrider Countryrider
I would try jobsearch.ca it worked for me :) good luck!
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A photo of VenomGurl4 VenomGurl4
So the basic outline of a resume has to be short and sweet?
Also, when giving the resume, should I ask for the manager? Because apparently it would be a better way of actually getting him or her to look at it.
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A photo of VenomGurl4 VenomGurl4
So the basic outline of a resume has to be short and sweet?
Also, when giving the resume, should I ask for the manager? Because apparently it would be a better way of actually getting him or her to look at it.
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A photo of GradClassof2012 GradClassof2012
Its extremely hard to find jobs online (for me anyways). Your best bet is to look around your city drop off resumes; if you know someone at an employer ask them if there is any jobs open (that is how I got mine).
If you can't find any, create a small business (babysitting dog sitting, newspaper rounte) kidish I know but I know a lot of people in their teens in adult still do it.

As for full time jobs, I can't help you with that :S

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@VenomGurl4 wrote
So the basic outline of a resume has to be short and sweet?
Also, when giving the resume, should I ask for the manager? Because apparently it would be a better way of actually getting him or her to look at it.



1. Yes. It should be just enough for the manager or person doing the hiring to say "wow! I need to see this person!" They don't need your life story - just enough to show you have the qualifications and desire to do the job.

2. Yes. That way you know who it's going to. Some employees may misplace your resume or forget to pass it on. When it goes right to the manager, you know who your point of contact is.

3. Exactly. And they can see you right then and there.

Check out my resume help thread for more information.
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A photo of jeffjanz jeffjanz
I sure hope so, I am here looking to see if I can find a section that helps with that.
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A photo of LexiJab LexiJab
I don't think so. I've only heard that you can use it for scholarships. Try using a local job agency for jobs.
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A photo of melissanottingham1 melissanottingham1
anyone tried eluta.ca
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A photo of joenbob joenbob
If you are looking for a job, try coop or internships. Most companies want internships for some reason. If internship is unavailable, network, network and more network. Make friends, meet people, and who knows, maybe they know someone who is willing to hire you. Volunteer a lot, attend other school events from your local post-secondaries.
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