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Growing Demand for Community-based Support Services Creates Jobs

While the pandemic has created a focus on long-term care homes and senior’s residences, an often overlooked opportunity for job seekers is working as a personal support worker (PSW) or a development services worker (DSW), write Roxanna Spruyt of DeafBlind Ontario Services, Brian Dunne of PHSS and Ron Coristine of Community Living Chatham-Kent.

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“Employability” is Key to Canada’s Foreign Student Recruitment Drive

Canada should look beyond easy student visas, granting work permits and a path to citizenship if it wants to stay ahead of the game, says an expert on international graduates’ career outcomes in Asia.

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How Introverted Immigrants Navigate the Canadian Job Market

Canadian immigration experts believe that online networking is not enough to clinch a job. One has to step out to meet people and build connections. But how do you navigate the job market if language challenges or behavioural traits make it hard to network in person?

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