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The Career Centre provides resources to help you make a successful career change. Articles by respected experts in career coaching, human resources and personal motivation guide you on your quest toward a rewarding career. Job search tutorials written by experts help you to realize the full benefits of the technology.
Three Best Practices for a Successful Job Search by Crystal Campbell, ACPC, PCC

Landing a job in any economy is a competitive pursuit. There are bound to be other qualified candidates applying alongside you. Taping into lessons learned from your own experiences and following the three best practices (BP) below can help catapult you ahead. While there are no guarantees, you’ll likely significantly increase your odds of emerging triumphant in the job search process by applying these key principles...


Articles by Crystal Campbell, ACPC, PCC

Steer Your Way Successfully Through Career Transition
Use Reflection and Research to Uncover a Rewarding Career Path
Stand out from the Crowd with a Winning Cover Letter and CV
Three Best Practices for a Successful Job Search
Articles by Dr. John McFerran, PhD, CMC, CPsych, FCHRP

Layoff notice not the end of your career
Toning down resumé should be job seeker's last resort
Older workers offer soft-skills edge
Use vacation time to evaluate career future
Articles by Emmanuel Lopez – Motivatorman

The Bright Side of Career Transitions
Synchronicities from The Pursuit of Happyness

How to use

The tutorials and answers to frequently asked questions below are written by experts in job search technology. They provide you with concise examples of how to realize the full benefits of the job search technology.

JOB SEARCH TUTORIAL - This concise example shows you how to create an effective job search

BOOLEAN SEARCH TUTORIAL - Create more precise searches with these features

JOB SEARCH HELP - Quick help on how to perform a basic job search

FEATURES HELP - General help on job search features

FAQ - Frequently asked questions about the job search engine