When looking for career and job search advice, never underestimate the extent and value of the resources available at your local public library.
Take Toronto Public Library for instance. It is the largest public library system in Canada including 99 branches and 11 million items to borrow or use in the library, in a wide variety of formats and in more than 100 different languages.
Toronto Public has information and materials to meet all your employment and educational needs. Its Career and Job Search Help section has subcategories that include: Market Yourself, Job Searching, Careers and Training, and Success. By browsing these areas, you'll come across handy tips, new titles to assist you in your research, and online tools. (You'll need a library card to access the latter.)
Career and Job Search Tips from Toronto Public Library
Careers and training:
Whether you are starting your first job or making a mid-career change, success means:
For more information, go to the Toronto Public Library's Career and Job Search Help Section at http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/job-help/.
To view this site in the context of other Ontario websites listed on NALD@Work, go to http://www.naldatwork.ca/websites/canadian/ontario.