Amazing Step-by-Step Guide For You to Snap Up Job Opportunities
    Exclusive For You In The Hidden Job Market, Almost Zer...
Introduction:
Approximately 80 percent of the job openings available at any given time are not being
advertised in newspap...
Use All in One Job Search Engine

Eluta is a search engine that specializes in just one thing: finding new job announcemen...
Post your Resume on all major Job Boards
Many employers don’t post their job posting on major job board but they prefer to...
Quick Tip: Use NOC to prepare resume
National Occupational Classification (NOC) is the nationally accepted reference on
oc...
Create your Digital Resume

Quickly and easily build dynamic and secure online resumes that will get you noticed with
thes...
Use Google Maps to find Employers in your area
You can find companies related to your occupation in google maps. First ent...
Volunteering
Volunteering provides wonderful opportunities to develop new skills, expand horizons and
enjoy helping others...
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  1. 1. Amazing Step-by-Step Guide For You to Snap Up Job Opportunities Exclusive For You In The Hidden Job Market, Almost Zero Competition; While Hundreds of Other People Are Competing For One Job Posting On The Internet or Newspaper! Secrets of Hidden Job Market Special Report - 2009 By http://www.Jobpostcanada.com
  2. 2. Introduction: Approximately 80 percent of the job openings available at any given time are not being advertised in newspapers or online career websites in canada. The degree to which this is true in Canada often surprises newcomers. The vast majority of jobs are never advertised. Unless you know where to look, you will never even see most of the jobs that are available. Think about what that means. All those online job boards, all those newspaper ads and all those help-wanted sings are only showing you a tiny fraction of the jobs which are available. These are all valuable places to start your job hunt. However, if you limit yourself to watching for jobs that are advertised you will be greatly limiting your options. You need access to the hidden job market. So, how do you access the hidden job market? What's the secret password that will let you in? Here are some Secret Tips to follow to explore these hidden job resources By Jobpostcanada.com 2
  3. 3. Use All in One Job Search Engine Eluta is a search engine that specializes in just one thing: finding new job announcements at employers across Canada. As a vertical search engine, Eluta monitors new job announcements at tens of thousands of employers across Canada every day. http://www.Eluta.ca Wowjobs provides a convenient and easy way to search over 100,000 jobs across Canada advertised on thousands of job sites, classifieds and company sites across Canada. http://www.Wowjobs.ca Search 10,010 Jobs in Canada on 4071 Companies Career Pages Jobbind is a job search engine specialized in aggregating jobs directly from employer career pages. http://www.Jobbind.com/canada Search Over 150,000 Jobs in Canada. Simplyhired now serving Canadian jobseekers. http://www.Simplyhired.ca Search job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages. http://www.Indeed.ca Mployd helps job seekers search for employment and provide employers the recruitment tools to hire and offer job opportunities. http://www.Mployd.com Search 158,311 jobs published in Canada on Major Job Boards http://www.Careerjet.ca Quick Tip: When you search jobs in these engines there is email/job alert button on top of result page. Enter your email there so they will send new jobs in your email everyday and you don’t need to go each engine everyday to check results. Speciality Search Engines Job Search Engine for New grads TalentEgg is Canada's career hub for students and new graduates that are looking for meaningful entry-level careers, summer jobs or internships, and co-op job opportunities. http://www.Talentegg.ca Retail Job Search Engine Job search engine for retail jobs, food services jobs and hospitality jobs. http://www.Jobloft.com By Jobpostcanada.com 3
  4. 4. Post your Resume on all major Job Boards Many employers don’t post their job posting on major job board but they prefer to take resume searching service from them. So if your resume is posted on major job boards with good Keywords there is a chance that Employers will find your resume and will contact your for job. We suggest you to post your resume on these popular job boards in Canada. Workopolis is the authoritative source for finding employment and contract work in Canada. Search millions of jobs in all industries. http://www.Workopolis.com Find the job that's right for you. Use Monster's resources to create a killer resume, search for jobs, prepare for interviews, and launch your career. http://www.Monster.ca Find your dream job! Search for jobs, post your resume, compare salaries and find career advice and research. Thousands of new jobs listed daily. http://www.HotJobs.ca Major Canadian job site from Canada.com network http://www.Working.com Canada's most popular career and recruitment site for jobs in Canada. ... Job seekers. Search for new career opportunities. http://www.Jobshark.ca One of the top 30 trafficked websites in the world http://www.Careerbuilder.ca Atlantic Canada's first, most visited and only bilingual recruitment web site http://www.Careerbeacon.com Atlantic Canada Job Search Site http://www.Jobspress.com By Jobpostcanada.com 4
  5. 5. Quick Tip: Use NOC to prepare resume National Occupational Classification (NOC) is the nationally accepted reference on occupations in Canada. It organizes over 30,000 job titles into 520 occupational group descriptions. It is used daily by thousands of people to compile, analyze and communicate information about occupations, and to understand the jobs found throughout Canada's labour market. Find your NOC code for Occupation Titles in Canada, duties and requirements for related jobs. http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC By Jobpostcanada.com 5
  6. 6. Create your Digital Resume Quickly and easily build dynamic and secure online resumes that will get you noticed with these two popular Free services. Benefits:  You can put your resume online in seconds  Instantly edit your resume online  You can share your resume via a unique URL  See who is viewing your resume and how often  Match your resume to relevant jobs VisualCV.com is the first website that allows you to create an Internet-based resume, build and manage an integrated online career portfolio, and securely share professional qualifications with your customers, partners, employers and colleagues. VisualCV replaces the traditional resume with an online professional profile. http://www.visualcv.com Ever wish you had a way to share, revise, and tag your resume all at the same time? Look no further. ResumeBucket offers you the ease of editing, the power of sharing, and convenient access to your resume from anywhere on the planet. http://www.Resumebucket.com Quick Tip : When you apply by email or online you can give your Resume URL to employer like www.visualcv.com/yourname . It will be very easy for employer to see your profile instead of downloading and viewing your word format resume. By Jobpostcanada.com 6
  7. 7. Use Google Maps to find Employers in your area You can find companies related to your occupation in google maps. First enter your postal code in google maps search. After that in advanced option select business and search for your occupation. Like if your Postal code is M1H 2Y4 enter it in google maps search. Than in advance option select business and search as example “ Accounting” . All accounting firms in your area will come in result page on google maps. Collect FAX numbers of that companies and send your resume to them. Take help of Local Yellowpages Majority of job seekers hardly know 5 to 6 job agencies in their area. They never try to find out how many employment agencies in their city. Take help of local yellow pages; make a list of fax number and fax resume to all of them. Remember you need just 1 job among thousands of jobs in market! Join Professional Associations and Membership Sites Join an association in whatever field interests you and become an active member. Meet as many members as possible to learn about the industry and uncover some opportunities. Surf the Internet and find the association's web site to learn about conferences and other events you can participate in. Talk to someone in the same field and interview for information about the position and industry you are interested. Networking Networking consists of connecting with a wide variety of individuals who may be able to help with your job hunt and career planning. Network with people at a higher level so you can find the type of jobs that might interest you. Discover which skills and experiences are relevant. Practice your interpersonal skills to increase your visibility in the field and uncover hidden markets. Ask questions and seek answers. Avoid staying hidden in your house. Get out often to meet new people. Jobs rarely come to the applicant. You need to listen and seize the opportunities wherever they exist. Join here for Job networking in Canada : http://www.Jobhubcanada.com By Jobpostcanada.com 7
  8. 8. Volunteering Volunteering provides wonderful opportunities to develop new skills, expand horizons and enjoy helping others in the community. Volunteering can help expand your network, strengthen your resume and give you strong personal satisfaction. This is very important to career transition and stay-at-home parents re-entering the work force. Volunteer work may be the only relevant experience you have when applying for new job. Go to local library and ask them if they have any list of volunteer job resources. Buy a Fax Machine at Home! It’s very easy to send resume by Fax than email and it will give more chance to reach your resume in the hand of employer. Just think if you will get job 1day earlier it will cover your cost of your fax machine! Lots of employers don’t provide their email to send resume as they prefer Fax to get resume from jobseekers. If you have fax at home it will increase your chance to get job faster. Take Help from your Friends and Relatives Make a list of your friends, relatives and co-workers you worked with before and call them. Ask them if they have any tip of jobs in your occupation. Start a Blog Consider starting a blog to a showcase your knowledge about indursty. You can also ad your blog url in your Resume You can start your blog here 1. http://www.blogger.com 2. http://www.wordpress.com By Jobpostcanada.com 8

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