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Guide to finding new job leads in Quebec
 

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    • www.emploiquebec.gouv.qc.ca Guide to Finding New Job Leads Type in the following address: www.emploiquebec.gouv.qc.ca. In the section Labour Market Information on line, click on Check the job market. 1. 2. Click on Explore a trade or occupation. Select your region and then type in the trade or occupation you worked in or want to work in. Click on Search. 3. Scroll down the list of results that appears and try to find the trade or occupation most closely resembling the one you worked in or want to work in. Click on that trade or occupation. 4. You have been looking for a job for a while now but have not had any success ? Maybe the trade or occupation you have been focusing on did not offer the kind of employment possibilities you were expecting. This guide intends to help you to explore new job leads and to help you to boost your job search. Its goal is to help you to discover different trades and occupations that may fit your skills and work experience. With that goal in mind, follow each of the following steps.
    • View job titles Read the job description and make sure it fits your skills or previous work experience. Click on View all job titles. In the list that appears, identify the job titles that you think match your trade or occupation and that, at first glance, interest you. Write them down on a piece of paper, as they could be new job avenues worth exploring. 5. 6. As well, a person who is waiting for his/her degree or diploma to be recognized, for example a university degree in chemistry, might find job leads in the list of job titles under chemical technician. If you clicked on a job title under Job titles-Classified elsewhere and are in the description of the corresponding job, go back to the description of your trade or occupation using the Back button. When you have finished writing down the job titles, go back to the page with the description of your trade or occupation, either by clicking on the Back button in the top left-hand corner of the browser window or by simply clicking on Detailed description under Information on the occupation. View job offers On the job description page, click on Online Placement in the column on the left, under Information on the occupation. Next, click on View job offers. It will show you the job openings in the trade or occupation you worked in or want to work in. Write down the jobs that interest you and the names of the employers, then close the window. 7. 8. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to Job titles – Classified elsewhere. You might find other jobs for which you are qualified. If any of the job titles interest you, add them to your list. Guide to Finding New Job Leads For example, in viewing the list of job titles matching his/her occupation, a chemical technician might realize that he/she could apply for other positions that fit his/her skills and previous work experience, such as: • brewery technician • water purification technician • food technician • quality control technician – chemical processing
    • 9. Find your sector of activity Other employers might also have job openings in the trade or occupation you worked in or want to work in. These employers constitute other resources you can add to your search and it would be useful to have their names. 11. Find companies in your sector of activity In the description of the sector, under Business directory of sector, click on the sub-sector for which you want a list of businesses. 12. If you want, you can narrow your search on the Search for businesses page. Once you have validated the search criteria, click on Search to get a list of businesses related to your trade or occupation. If you want, you can repeat the last steps by selecting other sectors or sub-sectors of activity in order to get the names of other businesses that might have job openings in your trade or occupation. You can also repeat the entire process from the beginning, following the same steps for another trade or occupation you saw. Some of the job titles you wrote down might yield the same results; others might give you new job leads. To find out which employers might have job openings in the trades or occupations that best match your trade or occupation, click on Main sectors of activity in the column on the left, under Information on the occupation. 10. The results will show the main sectors of economic activity that employ people in your trade or occupation. Click on the sector you are interested in, to access a detailed description of the sector. It will take you to the Search for businesses page. Guide to Finding New Job Leads
    • Additional sources of information When you’ve finished, you might want to explore other websites that post job openings or could help you find work. You can also use Your Complete Job Search Guide, which provides tips, examples and practical tools to help you find work: http://emploiquebec.gouv.qc.ca Emploi-Québec also supports sectoral workforce committees composed of representatives of employer associations, business and industry, trade unions and labour associations in tune with the situation and problems in their specific industry or sector of activity. A list of the sectoral workforce committees can be found on the Emploi-Québec website, under Information sur le marché du travail (on the left-hand side of the home page) (French only): Looking for work in all the best places! This online tool is specifically designed for job seekers and provides links that will help you carry out a successful job search. http://emploiquebec.gouv.qc.ca/en Click on Publications Update : March 2012