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The Saskatoon Industry-Education Council (SIEC) is a bridge between Saskatchewan’s career opportunities, Industry,  and Saskatoon area youth. Find a wide variety of career exploration programs including Spotlight on Careers, Digitized, Skills Bootcamp, health LINK, and more….

Saskatchewan’s 16th Annual Career Development Conference for Professional Career and School Counsellors, Career Practitioners, Educators, and HR Professionals.

Relevance is an annual magazine providing career and labour market information for Saskatchewan youth.

A one-stop-shop for educators working to increase the financial literacy skills of their students

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Education is a great investment but it costs money.  See information and links to potential funding sources.

Funding sources include federal/provincial student loans (which you have to pay back over time) and scholarships (which you don’t have to pay back).

 

Your tomorrow starts right here, right now.

Explore jobs, wages, most commonly sought work
requirements by employers, and training
& education routes.

Questions and Answers about Application Forms and Interviews

Courageous Conversations

Fact Sheets, Guides, Webinars, Videos, and more.

Making mental health and well being an easy part of every day life.

.Find a list of top apps for better mental health.

Discover strategies, webinars, downloadable resources and more.

Youth with Disabilities (YwD) often face barriers to securing work and gaining relevant employment experiences that their non-disabled peers do not encounter. One key barrier is a limited knowledge of how to disclose disabilities during job search and in the workplace, which can result in disclosure that negatively affects employment. See more

The “Labour Market” is the big-picture view of employment in Saskatchewan.

Find information on occupational and industry demand outlooks which can inform career choices, workforce planning and decision making for employers, industries, job seekers, learners,  and employment and career practitioners.  See more.

Saskatchewan’s Labour Market Services branch provides job searching, job matching, career planning, and job training services to Saskatchewan residents throughout the province.

Discover the importance of a brand, what it means, and how it can help you in your job search or career.

Considering a move from traditional full-time work?

Find out about the Gig Economy, what it is, how it works, and whether it’s the right option for you.

Including volunteer experiences on your resume can help you in your career or job search.  Discover how volunteering can benefit you directly.

 

    Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course

    For youth between the ages of 14 and 15.

    For employers hiring youth between the ages of 14 & 15.

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    Commentary:  November 2020

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    COVID-19 and Supply Chains

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    thebalancecareers

    Find information on interview types, tips and questions and answers.

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    A great resumé opens doors to interviews. It highlights the skills, experience, and training employers need to help them reach their goals. 

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