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The Perils of Indeed

There are a lot of great tools on the inter webs that job seekers can use to find their next great gig. Indeed is definitely one of them but it is not without its perils.

Mount Kilimanjaro: Kibo Peak

Look for a Job over that Hill: A Recruiter’s Perspective.

Last week, I had coffee with a former colleague who is about to head into a transition. She has been with her company for a long time and after some ugly corporate changes, they have ...

Barack Obama

It’s Just as Hard at the Top

Barack Obama is on a job search. What does one do after one has been the leader of the free world?

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New LinkedIn Feature Filters out the Fluff

It’s September and we are all running around trying to adjust to new schedules. If we can’t find time to catch our breath, how the heck can we keep our eyes open for new career ...

Space Shuttle Discovery

Jobs, Jobs, Everywhere: A Recruiter’s Perspective

Here are the two most interesting job postings I saw this week. I bet you didn’t even know that you could apply for jobs like this.

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Craft a Smoother, Better Resume: A Recruiter’s Perspective

I read resumes for a living. I read other stuff too but resumes are the main focus during the day (and sometimes evenings, much to my husband’s consternation).

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Free Job Search Tools for the New Year: A Recruiter’s Perspective

You might not know it yet, but there is a pretty good chance that one of you or someone at one of your parties will make a new year’s resolution to find a new job.

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Gifts for the Job Seeker: A Recruiter’s Perspective

We all know people who are looking for a job and it can be really tough over the holidays. Trying to be excited about seeing family and friends when you are not sure about your ...

Mini Deserts at Kerr Street Cafe

Top Tips for Staying Positive: A Recruiter’s Perspective

One of the cool things I get to do in my job is to meet with groups of people who are “in transition” which is to say, looking for their next role.


New Youth Centre opening in Glen Abbey

Oakville youth will have access to a safe and supervised space with a wide range of services and resources when the town’s newest youth centre opens its door in Glen Abbey

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