Considering a career in Technology?
Technology is a thriving industry, focused on innovation and advancement. For dedicated students and grads, the technology industry offers incredible opportunities for long-term growth and success.
In-demand skills and traits:
- Analytical skills
- Effective communication
Average Starting Salaries: Technology
Technical Support Representative
User Experience Designer
Technical Support Representative
User Experience Designer
Tanya Gillert"In the tech world, everything can and will fail, so they want to determine your thinking capabilities and how you will come up with solutions."
Groups at Bell: A Place Where You Belong
When choosing a company to grow your career with, many candidates inquire about professional growth and learning opportunities, but what about personal growth and networking opportunities? Creating a company culture that fosters personal growth can be...
Making a Difference With IBM Corporate Service Corps
IBM is known for innovation when it comes to technology. This reputation translates to everything the company does, including their humanitarian work. IBM has a long history of Corporate Social Responsibility, but has taken this a step further with its Cor...
Office Hours: Hatch Your Career with Rogers Communications
On September 6, 2018 three professionals from Rogers Communications joined our live Office Hours chat and answered students, recent grads and candidates' questions. Technology is one of the most desirable industries, and in the today's competitive market,...
An Insider’s Look into IBM’s Developer JumpStart program
There are many famous global companies, but when it comes to employee experience, large enterprise employers are definitely not created equal. IBM is one of those iconic brands that you’ve most likely heard about, but have you heard about their commitment...
Exploring IBM’s Extreme Blue Program
Learn about IBM's Extreme Blue internship program from their alumni, and how the experience led to their future careers in Business, Consulting and Technology.
How To Get Into Tech With An Arts Degree
Don't have a background in Tech? You can still hatch a career in this rapidly growing industry!
Office Hours: Learn About Career Opportunities At Bell From Their Very Own Experts
We covered everything from career opportunities to application tips to company culture during our Office Hours with Bell. Check out the full transcript here!
Achieving Your Potential: The Benefits Of Finding A Mentor While Working At Bell
Bell has amazing Graduate Leadership Programs to help students with their school to work transition. Here's what 3 new grads have to say about their egg-ceptional experience!
Entry-Level Positions In The Tech Industry And The Skills You Need To Land Them
Take a look at some of these egg-citing entry-level positions in the Technology industry!
Everything You Need To Know About Technology Bootcamps And How They Can Boost Your Career
Want to further or update your tech knowledge? You should look into a technology bootcamp!
Intro To Coding: Why It's Important And How To Get Started
Learning to code is just like any other skill – if you take it one step at a time, you’ll soon get the hang of it!
Want To Start A Business? Here Are 6 Tech Skills Young Entrepreneurs Need To Succeed
Before you launch that new venture, make sure you have these skills under your belt!
Average Starting Salaries – Technology 2016
Interested in pursuing a career in the Technology industry? Here's what you can expect to earn in an entry-level position!
Office Hours: The Experts At Bell Discuss Their Top Internship Opportunities
If you missed out on our Office Hours Q&A with Bell, be sure to check out the full transcript – we cover everything you need to know about their top internships!
Connecting With The Community: Making A Difference With Bell
As part of her Graduate Leadership Program at Bell, Olivia Stille had the opportunity to travel across Canada for Clara's Big Ride. Find out how giving back to the community with Bell impacted her career, and how young professionals can get involved.
Office Hours: Exploring Bell's Career-Hatching Graduate Leadership Programs
The experts at Bell answered questions from students and grads about their Graduate Leadership Programs on Office Hours! Read the full transcript.
An IBM Recruiter's Tips And Tricks For Acing Recruitment Season
Want to join the IBM team? Get top tips from one of their recruiters – read on!
Inside Careers In IT With The City Of Toronto
Did you know that the City of Toronto offers top career opportunities for IT professionals? These employees share their career experiences and advice for students and new grads.
Why The City Of Toronto Is A Great Place To Work
Employees share why they love their careers, and why students and grads should pursue a role with the City of Toronto.
Applying To Work With The City Of Toronto? Here’s What They’re Looking For
Alex Lee, a Strategic Recruitment Consultant at the City of Toronto, shares advice on how students and grads can get noticed by their hiring team.
4 Reasons Why Students & Grads Should Learn How To Code Today
Coding is relevant to more than just the technology industry. Here's why you should pick up this new, useful skill.
Who To Follow: Technology Edition 2015
Twitter is a great way to stay connected with the top recruiters in tech, and get up-to-date industry news. Here's who you should be following!
A Constant Learning Experience: Meet Recent Grads At Reynolds And Reynolds
Reynolds and Reynolds is committed to providing ongoing learning experiences for their employees – a perfect environment for young, aspiring professionals like Emma and Carrie. Read about their experiences!
From Administration To Marketing And Beyond At Reynolds And Reynolds: Meet Recent Grads
Nicole, Patrick, and Nicole found their career homes at Reynolds and Reynolds – in this article, they share what they've learned on the job, and what they love about working at this company.
These Are The Most Popular Careers In Tech Among Students And Grads. Will You Join Them?
These tech careers are popular for a reason – we have the breakdown in this article!
Average Starting Salaries - Technology 2015
We took a look at the average starting salaries of 10 of the most popular tech jobs for recent graduates. Check it out!
Technology 101: A Quick Guide On An Evolving Industry
Check out TalentEgg's 101 on one of Canada's most innovative industries!
New Grad's Cheat Sheet: What You Can Expect During A Tech Interview
We have great sample questions to help you prepare for your next tech interview – take a look!
5 Reasons You Should Work in Technology
It's important to find a career in an industry that fits you. Technology covers a wide range of skill sets – plus, it's rewarding!
Here’s Why Recent Grads Love Their Careers At Reynolds And Reynolds
Ready to meet four recent grads who have hatched career at Reynolds and Reynolds?
A Recent Grad Takes On Responsibility In A Senior Role At Softchoice
Tia Parekh turned an internship at Softchoice into a career with big responsibility.
A Tech Career With Molson Coors Brews The Best Of New And Old
David Shaw wanted to learn about the best elements of the past, while exploring the exciting and unknown. He found both at Molson Coors.
Tech & Entrepreneurship Hub at Ryerson's Digital Media Zone
Valerie Fox, Executive Director of the Digital Media Zone, talks about Ryerson's collaborative incubator for technology and entrepreneurship.
Average Starting Salaries: 2014 Technology Edition
It's important to stay informed about new careers and salaries. Learn more about opportunities in technology!
3 Entry Level Tech Jobs With Growing Salaries
Tech jobs with high earning potential. Take a look at starting salaries and increases since last year.
5 Communications And IT Careers In Oil And Gas
If you're looking to balance your tech skills with with the perks of the petroleum industry, you're in luck. Every business needs people to communicate information and assist with IT.
Average Starting Salaries: Accounting Edition 2013
Do you wonder how much money you'll make in your first accounting job?
Frequently Asked Questions About A Career In Technology Consulting
If you're considering hatching a career as a Technology Consultant, you may have a few questions about what a career in this type of role would entail.
University of Waterloo Grad's Journey To Becoming A Software Engineer
Nick Cosentino has started a promising career in computer engineering after graduating from the University of Waterloo.
Four Basic Tech Skills Every Job Seeker Should Have
Being tech-savvy will save you time, stress and maybe even your job. Here are four basic tech skills to master.
What Is The Difference Between Marketing, Advertising And PR?
What's the difference between marketing, public relations and advertising?
Unique Ryerson Digital Specialization Program Provides Career-Essential Skills
Ryerson's Digital Specialization Program is helping current students and recent graduates thrive in the emerging digital knowledge economy.
FAQs About Software Developer Jobs
Software Developers are the creative minds behind computer programs.
Suit Up! Formal Job Interview Attire Preferred By One-Third Of CIOs
33% of CIOs said a suit was the most appropriate attire for someone interviewing for an IT job.
The Inside Scoop On Independent Contract Work In The IT Industry
The inside scoop from an experienced SAP consultant.
Dawson College Student Hacker Receives 30 Job Offers After Being Expelled
Hamed Al-Khabaz was expelled after discovering a security flaw in Dawson College's computer system.
Women In Tech: Cultivating The "Jills" Of All Trades
In Canada, just 30% of the tech workforce is made up of women and only 14/50 fastest-growing tech firms have female executives.
Advice From A University Of Toronto Engineering Grad Working In Silicon Valley
Mechanical Engineering graduate Brad Menezes works at Yelp as a Product Manager.
10 Technology Job Interview Tips For Students And New Grads
10 tech job interview tips for students and recent grads from a University of Waterloo career advisor.
Recent Grad Demystifies Biotechnology And Offers Insight On A Career In The Industry
Daniel Rubinger talks about biotechnology, getting into the industry, and what it's like being a Research Associate at a healthcare research firm.
Women Cracking The Code: Programming As A New Literacy
An interview with Ladies Learning Code and HackerYou founder Heather Payne.
How To Get Software Experience Without Buying Costly Programs
Open source software, online tutorials, and trial and demo versions will help you save money on software.
4 Paths To A Career In Technical Writing
Advice from two experts on how to establish a career in technical writing.
From Co-op Student To CEO: Amiee Chan's Impressive Career In Tech
Amiee Chan started her tech career as an Electrical Engineering co-op student - now she's President and CEO of Norsat International.
Average Starting Salaries For New Grad Management And Technology Consultants In Canada
You're not going to make a fortune just a year after you graduate, but you'll earn a decent salary to start - especially if you work in one of Canada's major cities.
Office Hours: Learn About Management Consulting And Technology Consulting Careers At Accenture
On Thursday, September 13, 2012, Lisa Kramer and Sean Keown from Accenture joined us for live, online Office Hours.
6 Surprising Jobs That Can Earn You A 6 Figure Salary
Six design and technology jobs with long-term salary ranges of more than $100,000.
Industrial Technology Grad Hatches Sales Career With Home Improvement Leader TTi
Industrial Technology grad Patrick Shum's perfect entry level job involves working with both technology and people – a unique mix he found with TTi.
5 Tips From IT Experts: How To Land Your Technology Dream Job
IT employment experts outline five steps to landing your dream job in the technology industry.
The New Age of Volunteering: Contributing Your Skills Online
Online volunteering has eliminated time and geographical constraints, and provides diverse opportunities.
Social Media Never Sleeps, But I Do
Why my part-time employment status poses a threat to my success in social media marketing.
TalentEgg On Twitter: What Are The Must-Have Internet And Social Media Skills For New Grads?
We took to Twitter to help you figure out: What are the must-have Internet and social media skills for new grads?
How To Brush Up On Your (Internet Markup) Language Skills
If you’re looking to spruce up your blog and CV with some HTML or CSS skills but aren’t sure where to start, these are some of the better sites to give you a jump start.
Cool Graduate Degrees And Certificate Programs For Technology Grads
Check out this list of some of the coolest technology post-graduate certificate and graduate degree programs in Canada!
Who To Follow On Twitter: Technology Employers Edition
TalentEgg's top picks for which technology employers to follow on Twitter.
Average Starting Salaries For New Grad Technology Jobs
It looks like the forecast for burgeoning technology professionals is bright and sunny, with average starting salaries ranging from $36K to $55K.
The Tech Industry's Most In-Demand Skills And Jobs
Find out which jobs and skills are most in-demand, and learn how to get noticed by technology employers!
Joining The eReading Revolution: Q&A With A Kobo Recruiter
If you’re thinking about applying for a co-op, internship or entry level job at Kobo, check out Talent Acquisition Consultant Lindsay Watson's advice first.
IMBA Grad Starts His Online Marketing Career With Canadian Tech Company Kobo
"Since Kobo is still growing quickly, new grads can make a serious impact on a company that will continue to grow its presence in the tech world." —Ryan Smith, Online Marketing Manager, Kobo
Need Help Preparing For A Job Interview? There's An App For That
Ivey grad Brian Holland's finance interview app has been ranked as the top finance interview application for both Android and Apple products.
20-Year-Old Web Developer Hatches His Tech Career With A Fun Side Project
TalentEgg Web Developer Mike Rice, 20, hatched his career by building RememberToWatch.com over a few weekends with a friend.
HR Grad Went From Intern To Employee Experience Co-ordinator At Kobo
Amanda Standidge, a Seneca College HR Management grad, went from HR Intern to Employee Experience Co-ordinator at Kobo.
Behind The Scenes With A Content Intern At Kobo
Anthony Wong is a recent Simon Fraser University communications grad who is currently working as a Content Intern at online eBook retailer Kobo.
Improve Your Employability By Working On Your "Soft Skills"
If there is a lack of soft skills in graduates, it is clear that our post-secondary education system is not supplying us with the opportunities to acquire them. So if we cannot learn these skills in the classroom, perhaps its time to start thinking outside of it.
How To Safely Use Social Media At Work
Nearly half of companies now allow their employees to use social media for business.
5 Things Students And Grads Need To Know About Canada's Digital Media Industry
The majority of people working in Canada’s digital media industry are young, well-educated and very satisfied with their work: These were the findings of the first annual Pixel to Product research study, a report on Canada’s digital media economy released in May.
Digital Innovator Mark Reale On Networking And, More Importantly, Being Useful To Others
We spoke to Seneca College professor and digital innovator Mark Reale about being wary of "networking" events, lean times for entrepreneurs and how the advice of the ancients (simply being useful) applies in our hyper-modern, tech-manic world.
Students Experience A Day In The Life At An IBM Lab
IBM recently hosted its second annual "Experience IBM Day" on at its Markham, Ont., lab just north of Toronto. About 50 students from Toronto and the surrounding area had the opportunity to participate and learn what it's really like to work at IBM.
Employers Say IT Grads Need Business Skills Too
Along with appropriate technical skills, eight out of 10 companies seek problem-solving and communications skills. Project management, analytics/business intelligence, and enterprise architecture skills are in demand by more than half of the companies surveyed.
Co-op Spotlight: 2 UW Students Create Their Own Company Instead Of Working For Someone Else's
Instead of completing a co-op work term with a large corporation, fourth-year University of Waterloo mechatronics engineering student Prem Kalevar co-created and co-founded ResumeCards with fellow Waterloo student Jean-Samuel Rancourt.
What Can I Do With My Computer Science Degree?
With so many job opportunities out there, it can be difficult to decide what area of computer-related work you’d like to get into. Some professionals in the field offer their insights and personal experience to help provide some inspiration.
Being A Tech-Savvy Geek Will Get You A Job, Especially In A Recession
While word processing should already be second nature to students and new grads, knowing how to use the specific software and technology of the industries and companies you want to work with is unexpected and will give you a leg up on the competition. It means you can start working immediately.