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6 Benefits of a Student Part-Time Job

When I was 17, I moved to Toronto from a small town in the GTA. Therefore I decided to live with my best friend and attend York University. I had some financial help from my family, but it was clear from the beginning that I would need to get a part-time job. To be able to fully support myself. I…

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What to Wear to Nail Your Job Interview

Did you receive the invitation for the job interview in person? First of all congratulations! But here is the question - what are you going to wear for your job interview? Let’s be honest, here. The first impression matters, so try not to spoil your chance of getting the job from the beginning. Your outfit decision will depend mostly on…

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Finding a Job in Three Easy Steps

Toronto is a great city to live and study in. With its international and multicultural communities, you will definitely fall in love with this incredible place. But what about the jobs? What is the situation like for people and students who are looking for part-time or full-time jobs? Is finding a job so complicated? Anyone who look for job knows that…

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5 Things to Get Used to When You Are New to Toronto

Toronto often scores among the world's top ten livable cities and there is a good amount of reasons why. Downtown is always busy, there are over 8,000 restaurants and bars to choose from, and there's always something to do. However, if you are new to Toronto, there are some things that might come off as slightly funny. Let's have a…

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Moving to Toronto: Ready For a Challenge?

I moved to Toronto for school in 2011 bright-eyed, eager and full of optimism. I had a place to live lined-up, and before I knew it I was settled in a house in the big city with my best friend from high school by my side. But how did I tackle the challenges of moving to Toronto and survive my…

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Get a Job with the Lack of Canadian Work Experience

New to Canada? Then you might face different challenges from the beginning. One of the very common challenge is “lack of Canadian experience.” You will be surprised how many people face the same problem! This includes not only immigrants but also fresh graduates or career changers. What does the Canadian experience mean to employers? For many Canadian employers, hiring someone…

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