Articles on: Jobs

SOME TIPS FOR FINDING AN EVENING JOB

To make ends meet, or simply to vary one’s work experience, it can be interesting to consider a job in the evening. Here are some tips to find one that suits your personality and your schedule.   Whatever your employment situation, taking a part-time evening job can help you increase your income while respecting a schedule

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HOW TO BECOME A COOK?

With the shortage of cooks, it’s a good time to put on an apron! Learn the techniques In Canada, training is divided similarly, regardless of province. The first step is a professional training of one and a half years. “What students learn in the vocational cooking DEP is mostly mimicry, explains the one who calls himself Chef

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SOME TIPS FOR PASSIVE JOB SEEKERS

“The current reality of the job market is that people are moving. They move from one job to another quickly. Even if you are not thinking of changing jobs in the short term, you are better off staying open to new challenges. A better offer might come in two weeks or two years. Unlike active job

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DO YOU HAVE A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN?

In life, we often like to believe in his good fortune … From a professional point of view, establishing a professional development plan can however help the stars to align! A career plan: a development tool we’ve all heard about, but … who has one? Yet, according to Al DEA, a professional development specialist ,

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FINDING A JOB IS EASIER FOR GRADUATES

Easy for university graduates to find their first job? Twenty-three months after graduation, two-thirds of bachelor’s graduates and more than three-quarters of those with a master’s degree were employed full-time or part-time, according to the latest Revival survey by the Department of Education and Advanced Learning. of Quebec, published in 2017. For those who graduated

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