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Career Services

Job Search Websites & Social Networking

The online job search has evolved. Job-search websites and social networking are now indispensible tools for finding work and developing a career. Alison McGeorge, a Career & Placement Services Coordinator at University of Guelph Humber, shares ways to refine your online search in the following video. Once you've viewed it, see the list of job-search websites.

  • Career.guelphhumber.ca
    Created for University of Guelph-Humber students and alumni, this portal lists upcoming career events and workshops on campus.

  • WorkopolisCampus.com
    Students sign up for free to receive job-posting alerts by email. The site publishes bi-weekly tips on every stage of the job search.

  • Canada Summer Jobs, Canada Job Bank & GoJobs.ca
    Find out about federally funded summer job opportunities on Canada Summer Jobs. Use the Job Bank, a free service, to search hundreds of thousands of job postings, including government work, from across Canada. Combine this with Go Jobs, a comprehensive list of government positions, and you're good to go.

  • Careeredge.ca & Abilityedge.ca
    If you're a fourth-year student or recent grad, use Career Edge to find internships. Ability Edge focuses on internships for students with disabilities.

  • Simplyhired.ca
    Enter your search criteria in seven different filters to find jobs best suited for you.

  • Monster.ca
    An extensive job list, career tools and advice on every stage of the job search awaits you here.

  • Talentegg.ca
    Dedicated to students and new grads, TalentEgg lists unique opportunities to develop your career. The site also provides career advice and support for tests such as the GMAT.

  • LinkedIn.com
    Join LinkedIn, an international online network of experienced professionals, representing 170 industries and 200 countries. Find, meet and collaborate with qualified professionals in your field.

  • Eluta.ca
    This website publishes trusted editorial information on how to evaluate employment postings. It also briefly profiles each employer and their recruitment programs.

  • Ontario Job Watcher
    This powerful job search engine gathers job postings available only on corporate websites. Once aggregated, the site immediately notifies you of these postings. Tailor the notifications to your job search.