In Part IIII of the “LINC: Overcoming Language Barriers” series, we sit down with Khalil, a recent Iranian immigrant at our Centerpoint location.
It is important that you identify when your job search setbacks occur, and to have a strategic plan of how to continue to move forward.
Employers are more likely to want you to apply online through their company website. Here are some tips to help you complete your online application successfully.
Career Development is a life-long process that requires us to revisit our occupational choices many times during the various stages of one’s working life. Regardless of age, change is constant.
Laid off? Looking for a new career? Second Career is an Ontario government program that provides financial support so you can get the skills needed to for in-demand jobs in growing industries.
When job searching, it is useful to know current trends in the labour market and how this may impact hiring in your industry. We’ve listed a few key trends and resources to help you understand the future job trends in Canada.
Part III of our “LINC: Overcoming Language Barriers” series features Dulce, a recent immigrant from Honduras and LINC Danforth learner.
Networking is all about making connections, meeting and building relationships with people who can help your career. Here are some tips for successful face-to-face networking.
We’ve listed a few things to consider when preparing and what questions to ask an employer at your next job interview.
Most employers spend approximately 7 seconds scanning your resume for the first time.
There are a number of questions that an employer should not be asking in an interview. But sometimes they do. Here’s how to navigate inappropriate or illegal questions.
Vhideh shares her story, her struggles, and how LINC has made life easier by helping to improve her communication and language skills.
It’s the interview question we all dread, “Can you share what you consider to be your biggest weakness?” Here is a strategy ti help you answer this question successfully.
The key concept with dressing for an interview is to keep it simple, professional and relevant to the industry you are interviewing for. Follow these tips to make sure you impress all the right people at your next interview.
This year, thousands of refugees from Nigeria arrived in Toronto and are living in hotels. Our Newcomer Services – Welcoming Communities program recently reached out to hear directly from … Continue Reading Refugee Youth – BBQ @ Scarborough Bluffs
The 5 most common interview mistakes and effective strategies that when implemented, can improve your chances of success and make you a top contender for the position.