This one go2 Job Board: The Resource for People in Tourism is a good one to check out for BC Tourism jobs!
A comprehensive article with a long list and links to specific jobs with a positive outlook for future employment in Canada.
Canadian Business: West, east to see favourable hiring fields: survey
Ottawa Citizen: Legal, finance jobs lead hiring and salary increases
The Star: Where The Jobs Will Be In 2011
Toronto Sun: Wood products industry sees turnaround: Report
Royal Bank (RBC): Economic Outlook 2011
Take a look!
A great website for design jobs across Canada. Features new jobs in each province and relevant articles. Visit:
Here’s Robert Half International Salary Guide’s predictions for Top Jobs in 2011
1. Performance analyst
3. Public accountant
4. IT auditor
5. Lead application developer
6. ERP business analyst
8. Law Clerk
9. Executive assistant
10. Medical data entry specialist
11. Senior administrative assistant
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Before or after consulting with SkyHigh Resumes services, it is important to recognize what job you want and who you would like to work for. Where you work is as important as what you will be doing: job satisfaction is key to a successful career.
Take the time to research some of the companies you would like to work for. Your enthusiasm, drive, and knowledge of the employers will tell you if it’s a good fit.
Keep an eye out for BC’s Top 100 Employers of 2011 soon to be announced in February 2011! In 2010, some of BC’s Top 100 Employers included Club Intrawest, Telus Corporation, Cactus Club, Mountain Equipment Co-op, Providence Health Care, and Nintendo of Canada Ltd.
For now, wherever you live across Canada, find out who the Top 100 Employers in your province are, at: www.Canadastop100.com
While snow may be falling from coast to coast it doesn’t mean all the jobs have gone into hiding.
Here’s an article with helpful tips on how to stay on top of your networking skills and not lose sight of your career goals. Tis the season to reconnect, reassess and rework, so that come January- you’re ready for the New Year. Don’t sing the blues, make the most of the happy holidays!