Thinking of a Career Change
Time to change your career? Not sure what career to go into? Check out some of the following career development resources.
Brainfuse's Adult Learning Centre
Whether you are going back to school, switching jobs, or just want to brush up on an academic skill, Brainfuse's Adult Learning Centre is here to help.
Achieve your learning and career goals with Brainfuse's live one-to-one academic coaching, Test Centre, and online resources.
- High school equivalency preparation
- Canadian citizenship test preparation
- Microsoft Office help
- Career resources
- Resume creation assistance
Includes a 10 minute professional aptitude test to help with career choices.
Job Hunters Bible
From the author of What Colour Is Your Parachute comes his online supplement to his best selling career change book.
Job Interview Net
Site aims to help the job seeker improve their interview skills
Keirsey Temperament and Character Website
Designed to identify 4 kinds of personality temperaments - artisans, guardians, idealists and rationals.
National Occupational Classification
The authoritative resource on occupational information in Canada.
Career planning for Canadian students.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The authoritative resource on occupational information in the United States
Ontario's Labour Market
Job opportunities vary across Canada. This career tool will help Ontarians plan their work future.
OnWIN: Ontario WorkinfoNet
Provides employment and career information through links to work- and career-related web sites in Ontario.
Helps you to discover your personality type to help you make the right career change
A comprehensive career development website for all ages.
Leading provider of online salary data and help in evaluating your employment worth.
Skills for Change
Provides learning and training opportunities for immigrants and refugees.
The Career Project
Provides a brief description of thousands of jobs - from the workers within that industry.
My Perfect Resume
A well-known gateway to employment and career information sources and services on the Internet.
University of Waterloo Centre for Career Action
A website offering career counselling that started out as a guide for Canadian students but has gained a reputation as a comprehensive career guidance resource.
Wall Street Journal Careers
The Wall Street Journal’s career site for executives, managers and professionals.