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Bridges.ca: Two full-featured databases of career titles and an ability profiler. Click here for login information. (SFU Log in information required)
ALIS: Alberta Learning Information Service - free resource to explore career possibilities.
NOC: National Occupational Classification - Canadian federal government classification of occupations.
WorkStory.net: Workstory.net is a database of video interviews with people working in real jobs, just like you. What's your work story?
WorkBC.ca: Comprehensive site for Labour Market Information, career planning tools, and resources for special populations. Also includes the newly created Job Trend Tracker - an interactive & graphical tool for career research.
Working in Canada: Provides basic demand outlooks for NOC occupational profiles.
LinkedIn: Create a profile, build and track professional relationships, and research employers with this powerful social networking tool.
Wowjobs.ca Salary Search: Basic salary research tool.
Payscale: Salary research tool, takes years of experience into account.
Interview Stream: Choose interview questions to answer, use your webcam to record yourself answering them, and review your performance with this helpful online tool! Also accessible through Symplicity.
The Big Guide To Living & Working Overseas: This multi-functional and internationally-focused site provides information on living and working in different countries and cultures. Registration with a valid SFU email address is required.
List of Sector Councils: Sector Councils are industry-led partnership organizations uniting job seekers, employers, educators, and professional associations. Explore over 30 councils here.
For SFU Students & Alumni:
Symplicity: Exclusive SFU postings: log-in with your student ID and browse through the Job Postings tab. Check out which companies are on campus and who’s hiring!
BC Public Service: Job postings for the BC provincial government.
Not For Profit Sector:
Charity Village: Jobs and volunteer opportunities strictly in the not-for-profit industry. Also helpful articles relating to job searching in the sector.
Workinnonprofits.ca: Job site connecting Canadian non-profits with job seekers as well as suppliers.
BCjobs.net: Search postings by region and category
Indeed.ca: Job search engine that lists job postings directly from employers' websites.
Eluta.ca: Search for top employers or specialty employers; select ‘Career Directory: New Grads’ in the drop down menu at the top left corner of the page to search for employers by education.
Civic Jobs: Municipal job postings across Canada
Jobs.ca:"Canada's job community" aggregates hundreds of jobs directly from company websites, and features a regularly updated blog with great career advice.
Adzuna.ca: Job search engine that lists postings from various sources. Includes social media account integration to see how you are connected to potential jobs.
SFU OLC: Our Learning Community: Home to tons of career-related articles, resources, multimedia, and information! It's also home to our two blogs: the Career Services Informer, and career advisor David Lindskoog's Dave's Diary.
Talent Egg: TalentEgg.ca is "Canada's #1 online career resource for students and recent graduates," featuring postings, informative articles, and the award-winning "Student Voice" community. Be sure to check out their awesome 'resources' and 'career guides' sections!
Career Cycles Framework: Read about the narrative method of practice some of our career advisors are using with students and alumni.
Career Options Magazine: Published by the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) - check out their magazine, online resources, and blog (featuring posts from one of our own advisors).
Job Postings Magazine: Companion website of the magazine, including a resource centre, company profiles, blogs, and job postings.
Daniel Pink: Website of writer and internationally renowned speaker Daniel Pink, author of The Adventures of Johnny Bunko: The Last Career Guide You'll Ever Need (essential reading).
Roadtrip Nation: What started as a group of students travelling across North America to discover what they wanted to do with their lives has become a movement to help people discover who they are and what they care about.
I could: "It just shows what you can do." Videos, articles, and games to help you discover what you could do and how you could get there.
Employment Program of BC: WorkBC Employment Services Centres are located across the province and offer client-centred, integrated services and supports that are responsive, inclusive, and accessible. The purpose of the centres is to support British Columbians in getting —and keeping – a job as quickly as possible. **Note: full-time students are not eligible**