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How international students can succeed at assessment centres to get a graduate job

Assessment centres are a popular recruitment tool for graduate vacancies, particularly with larger employers. The idea of being assessed for a whole day might seem like a lot of pressure, but if you follow a few of our tips you can arrive feeling prepared for whatever the day might throw at you. Employers invest money in assessment centre as they believe them to be a successful way to recruit the top talent, so, bring your ‘A’ game and do your best to show the company what you have to offer. 

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By Jen Garmston Published: June 03, 2019

Canada’s Best Jobs 2016: The Top 25 Jobs In Canada

Annual ranking of the best jobs in Canada —the highest salaries, the best career prospects and the most opportunity

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By Canadian Business
Published: June 03, 2016

Where Canada′s jobs (and hottest housing markets) are

According to BMO Nesbitt Burns Investment Advisors Vancouver and Toronto represent the best of the country’s employment gains.

 

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By The Globe and Mail
Published: May 18, 2016

Canadian company HBC to expand to the Netherlands and open 20 stores by 2017

Following the acquistion of Germany's Galeria Kaufhof  in last year, Canadian retailer Hudson's Bay Company annouced that it plans to open up to 20 new the Bay and Saks Off Fifth stores in the Netherlands over the next two years on thisTuesday. With the supply chain of Kaufhof that provides HBC a major foothold in Europe and a launching pad to further expansion, this  move marks the first time that the iconic the Bay brand will open outside Canada.

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By CBC News
Published: May 17, 2016

Canada: Over 40,000 jobs were added in March

The agency’s latest labour force survey said Canada generated 40,600 net new jobs in March, pushing down the national unemployment rate from 7.3 per cent in February.
 

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By Financial Post
Published: April 24, 2016

Over 8,000 Canadians to benefit from job training, work experience in new projects across Canada

Gatineau, Quebec – The Honourable MaryAnn Mihychuk, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, announced 198 new training projects aimed at helping thousands of Canadians get the skills needed to overcome barriers to employment and join the middle class.

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By Philippine Canadian Inquirer
Published: April 16, 2016

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