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A Selection of

Employment and

Job Search Web Sites


Get help finding a youth or student job. If you’re a young person or student looking for a job, you can get help through programs presented on this site – regardless of your background or circumstances.

The Ottawa Public Library's Online Resources can help you to learn about careers, prepare for occupational tests, research companies and search for jobs. Their job databases is a useful resource to consult.


Labour Market Information - Answer your questions about jobs, skills and the availability of workers in local areas across Canada. This site provides answers to the following questions: Having trouble finding work? Don't know what work you want to do? Looking for facts and figures on the labour market?


Job Bank Canada - Job Bank is Canada's one-stop job listing web site. Each year we help hundreds of thousands of Canadian workers, job seekers and employers connect online, and free of any service charges.During its establishment in the late 1960's, Canadians have come to know and trust Job Bank as an easy to use, free job listing and recruitment service that has benefited employers, businesses and job seekers alike.Search this database of job listings using key words or check out what is available in a particular region.


Skills Canada is a national, not-for-profit organization that works with employers, educators, labour groups and governments to promote skilled trades and technology careers among Canadian youth. Our unique position among private and public sector partners enables us to work toward securing Canada's future skilled labour needs while helping our youth to discover rewarding careers.

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Youth Services Bureau Employment Services We understand that finding a job can be stressful and frustrating at times, but we can make it easier for you to successfully enter or re-enter the workplace.YSB Employment Services offer job seekers of all ages support to prepare for the job market and find employment. Services include career counselling, interview preparation, job fairs and job placements. We also work with employers to match people and job opportunities.


Employment Ontario - lt may be hard to see at first but your job is out ther and we'll help you find it. We're Employment Ontario and we want to help you get the training, skills and experience to achieve your goals. We want to connect people looking for work with employers looking for workers. That's why we're providing you with more ways to link to our expanding services.


Youth Job Connect - The Youth Job Connection program serves youth aged 15 to 29 who experience multiple and/or complex barriers to employment by providing more intensive supports beyond traditional job search and placement opportunities.




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