The Career Cruising electronic database, is a comprehensive, streamlined, interactive, career guidance tool that enables you to explore, plan and chart a way forward to a successful career… or two.
As a job seeker, you constantly hear these words: ‘80% of the jobs that are available never get advertised’ or even better, ‘Networking is the #1 way to find a job today’… and just the thought of networking [gulp]
At the Library, we're committed to helping you navigate the maze that is called 'Job Searching.' Did you know that every month there is a Searching for Work information session
STOP!!! Before you send out that job application, hear what the experts have to say about creating the resume and cover letter that will get you noticed! Don't be rejected from the 'pool' because of incorrect content, or layout or formatting...
Preparing for the Job Interview can be stressful indeed.
The Library’s ERCs are now closed and you’re probably thinking ‘where do I go from here?’ Well, you can start by visiting our Programs and Events page to find out about career information sessions and workshops @ the Library.
London Public Library Employment Resource Centers, (ERCs) are closing! Today, June 23, 2012 we say goodbye to the ERCs at Beacock, Pond Mills and Westmount. On July 7, ERCs at Central library, Crouch and Jalna branches will cease to exist as well.
You have applied for several positions and now have been contacted for an interview. Consider some of the following job interview mistakes to avoid before that important day arrives.
1. You don't show up on time or don't show up at all. Be considerate of the interviewer's time and arrive a few minutes early on the day and time you are scheduled.
Are you a career changer or need help determining what career best matches your current skills? Still in school but wondering what direction your career will go in the future?
Let Career Cruising be your guide! This self-assessment package offers tools to assist you:
Do you ever wonder why some cover letters and resumes get noticed while others end up in the trash? Is yours a trash-dweller or a shining example of the perfectly written resume? Books tell you one thing, the Internet says another. Searching for work is frustrating, so come and find out the real answers from real HR professionals. They’re the ones reviewing your documents, so why not get some practical answers?