To get ahead, you need to put in the time and effort to invest in yourself and your career. Education is an excellent way to gain knowledge, and it’s even better when it can be applied to your professional experience in the working world. This is part of what makes The G. Raymond Chang School […]
I credit a job shadow I did at the Ontario Ministry of Finance as being the reason why I want to work for the government when I graduate. I wasn’t paid, but being able to immerse myself in the environment was worth it.
Khallad Karime graduated from Concordia University’s economics program in the fall of 2008, and started working as an economist with Industry Canada last February. We asked him 9 questions you absolutely need to know the answers to if you’re thinking about working in the public sector.
As part of our week-long spotlight on the public sector, Industry Canada human resources manager Linne Fournier answers some important questions about why students and recent grads should consider working for government organizations – aside from the job stability.
Despite being so popular among students, public sector work is still misunderstood. We teamed up with Industry Canada human resources manager Linne Fournier to bust five of the biggest misconceptions about working for government organizations.