To save you time, Workforce WindsorEssex has created job finding tools that search 40+ job boards and career pages. You can explore job postings in three unique ways:
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For a full list of all job finding tools including upcoming job fairs, how to sign up for email alerts, employment opportunities related to the Gordie Howe International Bridge, and more, please visit Workforce WindsorEssex’s website here.
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You can use the WEsearch tool to find in-person employment services that are right for you. They can assist with your job search, help improve your resume, preapre for interviews and more.
Find employment and training services as well as business grants using WEsearch programs
How to Apply for a Job
Once you see a job posting that you are interested in, you will need to send your résumé (a summary of your qualifications, experience and education) and a cover letter to the company that posted the original job posting. Companies will review all of the resumes and arrange interviews with the best candidates for the job.
How to Prepare for Applying for a Job
You may want to learn more about how to write a cover letter, how to write a résumé and how to prepare for interviews. Use our WEsearch programs tool to find an Employment Ontario office. They offer no-charge, government-funded employment services to Canadians and permanent residents.
Learn more about Canadian Jobs
The National Occupation Classification (NOC) (en Français) gives descriptions for the work that Canadians do.
Learn more about Regulated Professions
Learn about the services available in Ontario to help you continue working in your profession or trade if you’ve been trained in another country.