Vestiigo.com brings you the latest and greatest in exclusive careers across Canada. This week we were fortunate enough to hear from the town of Ajax, just east of Toronto, Ontario. They’ve reached out to us to find an outstanding Web and Social Media Coordinator to lead all of Ajax’s online initiatives.
It’s not every day that a new wireless company launches, but that’s just what happened last week as Public Mobile became one of the latest in a string of new telecom startups to open its doors.
The new Toronto-based company offers an unlimited talk and text plan for $40 that’s currently available in Toronto and Montreal, with new cities to be added later this year and next.
With Spring just around the corner and great new careers popping up all over the place, Vestiigo.com - Canada’s only dedicated career site for young professionals - Is growing. We’ve been adding new features and working with Canada’s best companies to connect great people to great careers, and we need some help.
A job application, put simply, is a reflection of your personality and your professional skill-set. What’s more, you’ve only got about 10 seconds to reflect well on your potential employer.
Most job applications are treated as a formality. All you need to do, it’s assumed, is to submit an application as soon as possible and you’ll be automatically on a hiring manager’s radar. What many don’t realize is that your resume and cover letter ARE your foot in the door. If you’ve quickly cut and pasted something together, how do you think that reflects on you? What does that say about you and your professional skill set?
In an effort to reinforce the importance of a job application and to ensure we give our members the best chance to land great careers at top companies, we’ve put together a few tips on applying.
Vestiigo connects the career-savvy professional with the latest job opportunities at Canada’s best and brightest companies.
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