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Between navigating the application, recruitment, and hiring process to figuring out your job and finding your fit in the organization, there are a lot of challenging things to cope with when starting a new job. We had the chance to hear from two new grads about their experience hatching their career with Mercedes-Benz Financial Services […]

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From the #MeToo movement, the Women’s March, and now March for Our Lives, young people are standing up for what they believe in and making it loud and clear they demand change. In light of recent events happening to our neighbours down south, we wanted to support and celebrate the activism and impact youth are […]

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This March take a time out to do good. There’s only 1 week left to join the movement for competitive kindness! We’re partnering with Xocial to promote the final week of their March Goodness Challenge, so that you can get involved in this egg-cellent social good opportunity. Xocial has joined forces with the A.O.K Movement […]

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TalentEgg attended the Globe and Mail’s event: Solving Workplace Challenges with our sister companies Bmeaningful and Charity Village on March 20th at the Globe and Mail building. This event celebrated the Employee Recommended Workplace Awards, which honours and recognizes leaders in employee health in the privately-owned, public, not-for-profit, and the government sectors. The Employee Recommended […]

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It’s summer internship recruitment season, and both students and recruiters are hard at work. Students are applying to their favourite internships and networking to land a job, while recruiters are thinking of strategies on how to best promote their organizations and job opportunities, screening resumes, and interviewing candidates. Luckily, TalentEgg helps both students and recruiters […]

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Brad Keeling, a Health and Kinesiology graduate, never imagined he would land a role in the insurance industry. He saw the insurance industry as a stepping stone to gain some valuable experience using his health industry skills. That was 6 years ago. Learn how Brad leveraged his health knowledge to hatch a rewarding and meaningful […]

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As a freelance writer for more than 15 years, I have written many projects and have been able to connect and network with a variety of different people from all over the world! Being a freelance writer isn’t only about writing – there’s a lot involved (which makes my day always different and exciting!). I […]

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When it comes time for preparing that first big interview, there are so many things to be conscious of. From how you present yourself to the work experiences you reference, it’s safe to say that virtually everything you do and say during the hour-long meeting will be carefully analyzed by your interviewer. That’s why it’s […]

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In any job hunt, getting lost in the shuffle of candidates is a real fear for applicants and can be a frustrating experience. The nonprofit sector is a very attractive place for Gen Y and Z candidates. And we get it – you work hard on your resume, perfecting each section to really stand out, […]

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You might be thinking of owning your own home one day, but as a millennial the potential of purchasing a home in the current housing market probably makes it seems like a faraway dream. With affordable housing at an all-time low, many Canadians are turning to some unconventional housing options. These solutions are not only […]

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Are you looking to hatch a career with meaning in an industry with growth potential. Look no further, the insurance industry has you covered! On February 22, we held a live Q&A between Program Manager Trevor Buttrum of Career Connections at the Insurance Institute of Canada, and students like you from all across Canada. We […]

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Aidan loves to travel, and with a few student exchanges under his belt, he was ready to see how an exchange to Bergen, Norway would shape his undergrad, and his career. Experiencing The Scandinavian Way Aidan Tammaro Norwegian School of Economics, Bergen, Norway As a commerce student at Queen’s University, Aidan knew that with an […]