Category Archives: The job search

Blame bad applicant tracking for the soft skills shortage at your company

March 6th, 2017 | All updates, The job search | 0 Comments | By Josh Denomey

One of my favorite metaphors is the guy who stumbles out of the bar late at night and can’t find his car keys. Although the keys are probably somewhere back in the bar, he doesn’t look back there, nor does he look around his car: too dark in both those places. Instead, he looks under the street light. (more…)

RN, RPN Resume and Career Advice Part Two

February 1st, 2017 | All updates, Resume wiz, The job search | 0 Comments | By Josh Denomey

Are you a new grad? An experienced nurse looking to apply to a new job? Need a resume overhaul? Most likely a yes to one of those, so this article is designed for you. (more…)

Would you apply to a job with half a resume?

January 2nd, 2017 | All updates, The job search | 0 Comments | By Josh Denomey

We’re thinking probably not… so why do some people apply for jobs with incomplete details? (more…)

The 10 most in-demand jobs in Canada (and what you can earn from each)

November 5th, 2016 | All updates, The job search | 0 Comments | By Josh Denomey

Do you work in, or want to work in one of the top 10 most in-demand jobs in Canada? (more…)

Should you reveal a disability or injury during the interview process?

May 4th, 2016 | All updates, The job search | 1 Comment | By Josh Denomey

Sore back? Recovering from an accident? What should you tell the prospective employer during the interview process. Saying this could eliminate your chances. (more…)

Best Jobs for 2016

February 4th, 2016 | All updates, The job search | 1 Comment | By Josh Denomey

So what are the best jobs for 2016? Some might surprise you, and other jobs may not… (more…)

How the job search will change in 2016

January 6th, 2016 | All updates, The job search | 1 Comment | By Josh Denomey

2016 is officially here. While potentially your life isn’t radically different from last year at this point, you can definitely expect some changes to the job search this year. We’ve already looked at how the job market is expected to change this year. Now let’s take a look at the new trends in the job search. (more…)

Is there a stigma attached to Millennials and possible issues related to job search

November 3rd, 2015 | All updates, Cover letters, Resume wiz, The job search | 1 Comment | By Josh Denomey
Are you a Millennial and scared about job prospects due to the stigma attached to your generation? Fear not and keep reading!

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Is the hidden job market a myth? Find out.

September 2nd, 2015 | All updates, The job search | 1 Comment | By Josh Denomey

Most people have heard about the ‘hidden job market’, but as you will find out, there is no substantial market hidden from the public. (more…)

Common resume errors – series: relocating to a new city

August 2nd, 2015 | All updates, Cover letters, New Immigrants, Resume wiz, The job search | 3 Comments | By Josh Denomey

So you are ready to pack up and move to another city, province or country! How do you handle your contact details on your resume? Some people recommend going into lengthy discussions regarding why, how, when, etc. you are moving, but is this the best advice? (more…)