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Friday, July 03, 2015

Looking for a job is hard work.  This collection of links is intended to help you find information and resources to assit with the many challenges and decisions you are facing.


Apprenticeship training is a great way to learn job skills while earning money. Learn more about the exciting career opportunities in the skilled trades.
Canada-Saskatchewan Rapid Response Teams offer individualized solutions for employers and workers dealing with production slow-downs and layoffs.
Canada-Saskatchewan Career and Employment Service helps Saskatchewan people to plan a career, upgrade their education or skills, and find a job. It also assists employers to find the workers they need.
The Saskatchewan Employment Supplement is a monthly payment that supplements the income earned by lower income parents from wages, self-employment and child/spousal maintenance payments.
The Career Centre lists all jobs currently available in the Saskatchewan public service, as well as resources and tools to help you with your career.
Gradworks is an internship program that works with Saskatchewan Crown Corporations to recruit talented, high potential graduates eager to put their education to work as paid employees in internship learning opportunities.
A no-fee health care recruitment service connecting health professionals with career opportunities in regional health authorities and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency.
The student employment program provides summer positions throughout the province. Positions can include park attendants, information clerks, highways workers and many more.
The Labour Relations and Mediation Division provides information, training, mediation and bargaining assistance to labour and management in unionized workplaces.
Information and services to keep Saskatchewan people safe at work by preventing and reducing on-the-job accidents and illnesses.
SaskJobs provides job seekers and employers with assistance to find and post employment opportunities in Saskatchewan.
For 2010-11, the Skills Training Allocation has replaced the funding for the JobStart/Future Skills program and its program components.
Student Summer Works is a summer program designed to connect students to quality part-time and full-time employment.
TEA provides some income to people who are looking for work with the help of the Jobs First program, waiting for their first paycheque, or waiting for income from some other source.
Youth at Work has resources to help young people successfully transition into the workforce. This knowledge will help make their first work experiences more successful and rewarding. There are also resources for educators, employers and parents.

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