• Career Professionals of Canada
  • Government of Alberta, Advanced Techniques for Work Search
  • Government of Alberta, Employment Series for Persons with Disabilities, Tips for Job Seekers
  • Government of Alberta, Job Smart Tips for Staying Employed
  • Government of Canada, Competition Bureau
  • Government of Canada, Job Bank
  • Government of Canada, National Occupational Classification
  • Government of Canada, Studying and Working in Canada
  • Government of Ontario, Your Guide to the Employment Standards Act
  • Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development, Guiding Principles for Experiential Learning
  • Ontario Ministry of Labour, Health and Safety
  • Global Affairs Canada, Cultural Information
  • LinkedIn, LinkedIn for Students
  • Nelson Education, Recruitment, and Selection in Canada
  • Ontario Human Rights Commission, Canadian Human Rights Act
  • Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development, Essential Employability Skills
  • Ontario Skills Passport, Essential Skills and Work Habits for Work, Learning and Life
  • O*Net OnLine
  • Ottawa Police Service, Fraud
  • Simon Fraser University, Understanding Canadians
  • Stanford University, Pursuing Meaningful Work: A Strategies Guide for Bachelor’s & Master’s Students
  • Statistics Canada
  • The Conference Board of Canada, Employability Skills
  • The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), Career Readiness for the New College Graduate
  • Toronto Metropolitan University, Career Compass: Your Career and Job Search Guide
  • University of Manitoba, Career Development Centre, Working in Canada: A Guide for International Students
  • Valerie G. Ward Consulting, Employment Readiness Scale
Unless otherwise indicated, this chapter is an adaptation of Be the Boss of Your Career: A Complete Guide for Students & Grads by Lindsay Bortot and Employment Support Centre, Algonquin College, and is used under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 International license.

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