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Wednesday, April 01, 2015


There is a new Internet service for employers and job seekers called SaskJobs.

It's the most comprehensive provincial system across Canada to provide job

seekers and employers with online help finding work and workers.

Employers can use SaskJobs to search resumés of people looking for work and

match them to the skills they are looking for. Employers can also advertise

their job openings.

Job seekers can use SaskJobs to advertise their resumé, search for jobs and

match their skills to current job openings. Job seekers can look for work by

location or region in the province, type of work, or both. They can also

listen to available job listings over the phone through an interactive voice

response system.

"We are building for the future and are excited to be launching our SaskJobs

service to all Saskatchewan people in three ways – online at our SaskNetWork

website, by phone and in person through any of our 20 Canada-Saskatchewan

Career and Employment Services offices (CSCES)," Post-Secondary Education and

Skills Training Minister Glenn Hagel said. "We encourage people to use

SaskJobs for all types of jobs – from skilled to professional; short or long


SaskJobs is a new feature added to the post-secondary education website

SaskNetWork – the provincial Internet site for one-stop career, education and

labour market information.

Online access to SaskJobs is at, by calling or

visiting any of the 20 CSCES offices, or at 1-800-597-8278. Career and

Employment staff will assist anyone who needs help using the new service,

including helping employers to register.


For more information, contact:

Jan Morgan

Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training


Phone: (306) 787-1626

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