Job Search Resources

Time to Find a Job?

The transition between post-secondary and the workplace can be challenging and exciting all at the same time. It is important to know that there is support for you even after you have left post-secondary.

Career services are available on campus which will help you prepare entering the world of work. Tune up your resume, coverletter and interview skills by using career services.  

  • WorkBC is the provincial government’s access point to the world of work in British Columbia. Use the tools below and get started.
    • WorkBC Job board: Use B.C.’s most comprehensive job board. Search by location, salary range, industry, occupation and job type. Register to receive job alerts and save and manage your favourite jobs and searches. Choose job types—full time or part time, co-op or apprenticeship
  • Canada.ca Job Bank allows you to search current public and private sector job opportunities in Canada. Refer to labour market trends and find resources about working and living in Canada. 
  • Talent Egg is a Canadian job search resource designed specifically for students and recent graduates. It helps you explore career paths, connects you to top employers, and find meaningful work.
  • Glassdoor is a Canadian job search database which holds salary details, company reviews and interview reviews questions to help you find a job that is the right fit. 
  • Career Options online magazine offers advice on careers and education for post-secondary students. It covers topics ranging from making the most of your education, to transitioning from the classroom to the workplace. It is published by the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers (CACEE) and offers valuable guidance and practical tips.
  • 50 Ways to get a job is a web resource which guide you through the steps of job search.
  • Linkedin is a business and employment-oriented service mainly used for professional networking. You can establish an online professional profile and connect with colleagues, classmates and other professionals in the same industry.   

The best part about these resources is that they offer a wealth of information saving you the time it takes to do research. This leaves you more time to network and follow-up with future employers.

Use these resources when searching for employment