What most employers think you're lying about (and what you should actually be lying about)
Be honest. Is everything on your resume accurate? Most employers don't think so. They are becoming increasingly skeptical of what candidates claim about their skills and work history.
But those aren't the lies you should actually tell >>
The worst jobs in Canada (and what they pay)
Everyone has a bad day at work once in a while, but do you ever wonder if you might have one of the worst jobs in the country? Here are the career paths that you really don't want to be on.
And their diminishing salaries >>
The career-killing moves that employers hate the most
A survey of more than 1,700 companies reveals the common candidate behaviours and blunders that most annoy employers and cause them not to hire people for jobs.
Here's what not to do >>
Undergrad to underemployed: The causes of Canada's high youth unemployment rate
Younger Canadians that are hardest hit by the country's tight job market. Unemployment for this group has been stuck at double the national average since the start of the recession.
Here's a look at why >>
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