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Where Can a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry Lead?

She still had one more session at the Université de Sherbrooke, but Karine already had a job assured starting in the summer. As a project manager at Intersand, the new graduate is responsible for developing projects for animal health. For the young chemist, the days pass, each one different… “At the beginning of a project, […]


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Newcomers: Getting Started in Your Accounting Career in Canada

Good news for immigrants with training and experience in accounting: there is a lot of work for them in Canada! But because the profession is complex and regulated, it is necessary to be armed with patience. Tips and process. There’s no point in sending your indistinct resume to all the accounting firms in town. In […]


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How to Become a Patent Agent

At the crossroads of science, engineering and law, a position as a patent agent will suit scientific minds eager to be at the forefront of innovation! The role of the patent agent This professional helps businesses or inventors define and obtain an intellectual property title to legally protect their inventions. “It’s like building a fence […]


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Security Officer – a Good Part-Time Job?

There is no need to be a graduate of higher education to become a security guard, but you will need to follow a short training course and meet certain requirements. During his university studies, André Lacroix had his sights on the best part-time job: security guard. “It was better paying than the odd jobs that […]


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Lawyers and Other Jurists: Who Does What?

Lawyers, notaries, judges, legal counsels, paralegals and other employees in the legal world are all jurists, but certain of these professions are more clearly defined by law. A quick look at what differentiates a lawyer from a jurist: they get confused for each other sometimes, however they’re not interchangeable. https://www.legaljobs.ca/tools-and-resources/topics/legal-issues/ “Objection, Your Honour!” although, in the popular […]


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How do you become a cook?

With the shortage of cooks, it’s a good time to put on an apron! But what does it take to be a chef? According to Jean-Louis Thémis, a cook and retired professor at the Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec (ITHQ), it is first and foremost essential to be fond of good food! Learn […]


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Finding a Job is Easier for Graduates

Is it easy for university graduates to find a first job? Twenty months after their studies, two–thirds of Bachelors and more than three-quarters of Masters had a full-time or part-time job, according to the latest Relance survey from the Quebec’s Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur, published in 2017. For those who obtained a […]


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Managing an IT Project – Refresher Training

As an experienced project manager, do you feel out of your comfort zone when an assignment relates to information technologies? Here are some short courses to add this string to your bow. Training in IT project management Those in a hurry will turn to Technologia Formation. This private teaching institution, accredited by Emploi-Québec, offers a […]


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Becoming a Bailiff – Guide

Are jobs in the legal field all office jobs? Not all. The bailiff is at the centre of action. Close-up on this little known profession.                                                              […]


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Tourism and Hospitality – 5 Professions in Demand

The tourist industry, like many other sectors of the Canadian economy, is experiencing the effects of the scarcity of labour. In its case, however, these consequences are magnified by the growth of tourism across the country. In 2017, Canada welcomed a record 20.8 million international visitors. Domestic tourism is also growing, to such an extent […]


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Worker Performance Affected by Financial Stress

The Canadian Payroll Association has just released the results of a survey that focuses on the impact of financial stress on worker performance. It is a series of studies launched by the Canadian Payroll Association for Financial Literacy Month. The latest finding is that half of Canadian workers believe that financial stress has an impact […]


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60,000 ICT Student Internships in the Next 5 Years

ICT Student Internships – The Government of Canada will contribute to the creation of 60,000 practical internships for students over the next five years. The ICTC (Information and Communications Technology Council) forecasts a labour shortage in the digital sector: 216,000 vacancies in Canada by 2021, and employment growth four times that of the global economy. […]


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