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Monthly Archives: July 2011

Employer Voice: Nancy Moulday – TD Business Banking

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“As employers, we have a duty to be available to students. We have to make sure that we’re out on campus – not just in the fall, but that we should be looking at a year round approach.” —Nancy Moulday, Manager Recruitment, TD Business Banking Note from TalentEgg: Employers across Canada have been reading StudentRead More »

#98: Nicole Magda – The best employers will be flexible about students’ schedules

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Nicole Magda is entering her fourth year at the University of Toronto in the Life Sciences program. She feels that her positive experiences with employers are a result of building open and honest relationships from the get-go. When searching for jobs, be honest with employers and tell them exactly the level of commitment you canRead More »

#97: Amanda Perkins – Employers shouldn’t rely solely on their corporate site to advertise jobs

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“During my job-hunt,  I found tons of jobs on company websites that weren’t advertised elsewhere. Many students use job search engines and their schools’ career centers to find jobs. If more companies could use these outlets to post their jobs, it would be beneficial to both students and companies.” —Amanda Perkins, Student, Queen’s University I attend theRead More »

#96: Emily Moorhouse – Give interns real work and responsibility

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“I think it’s important to do at least one or two internships before searching for entry-level careers. Internships give you a chance to develop your skills and get a better understanding of the work environments that you enjoy (or don’t enjoy!).” —Emily Moorhouse, Graduate, Humber College During my three year Public Relations Advanced Diploma programRead More »

#95: Senid Islamovic – Include desired personality traits in your job postings

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“Employers should include key personality traits that they’re looking for in job postings. Although the job may require certain skills, a great personality match can overcome a missing skill.” —Senid Islamovic, Graduate After finishing university, I had a flash back to my final year of high school. It was graduation day and I remember theRead More »

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    Student Voice is an award-winning initiative to fight Gen Y under-employment by giving students and recent grads across Canada a platform to share your job hunting experiences, as well as your recommendations for employers.

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