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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 job market posts experience steady gains

The Canadian economy gained 12,000 jobs in August, bolstered by a jump in full-time employment, Statistics Canada said Friday. The unemployment rate ticked higher for the first time in months, though, as more people said they were looking for work.

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By Globalnews
Published: September 10, 2015

Top 10 skills Canadian employers are looking for

CANADA: A new study by Workopolis on what it takes to land a job in Canada finds that improving your soft skills may be more crucial than taking that extra college course.

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By Globalnews
Published: August 30, 2015

Canada′s Best Jobs 2015: The Top 10 Highest Paid Jobs

CANADA: According to Canadianbusiness.com, ranking of Canada’s Best Jobs takes more into account than just salary (see our methodology for more), but sometimes all you want to know is which job will get you the biggest paycheque.

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By Canadianbusiness.com
Published: August 21, 2015

Class of 2015: 5 ways for graduates to find a job

CANADA: University and college students have recently entered the job search.CBC News offer 5 ways in which the class of 2015 can score that choice job.

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By CBC News Canada
Published: August 19, 2015

Finance and business jobs drive wage growth of top 1%, report says

CANADA: Share of total income went from less than 8% in the early 80′s to almost 14% in 2007.

The study by the Institute for Research on Public Policy says the rise in pay for Canada′s top earners is far outpacing wage growth for all other Canadians over the past three decades. 

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By cbcnews
Published: July 19, 2015

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