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A permanent job is employment with a start date and no specific end date. At the time of hiring, it is anticipated that there will be an ongoing requirement for the job to be performed.
A temporary job generally has a definite start and end date. Temporary jobs are often available to complete a special project or to replace a permanent worker who is temporarily absent from the workplace.
A seasonal job is available during certain times of the year. Most seasonal jobs can only be performed during specific seasons (i.e. snow removal, summer camp counsellors).
A casual job is only available when the employer requests that you come to work. Many employers have lists of casual workers who are contacted whenever their services are required. As a result, a worker may not be guaranteed a minimum number of hours of work per day or week.
A full time job generally averages between 35 and 44 hours a week depending upon the employment regulations under which the company is covered. Employment regulations normally limit the number of hours an individual can work before overtime is mandatory.
A part time job generally provides less than 35 hours of work a week. Part time hours are defined by the employer and are variable. Employment regulations do not generally set the minimum hours that an individual is required to work.
The language required for the job (speaking, reading and writing) is English.
The language required for the job (speaking, reading and writing) is French.
The language used for the job (speaking, reading and writing) may be that other
than English or French.
You may also choose to include or exclude certain types of jobs from your search results:
Some jobs are created because the Employer has been approved for a government program. Often the applicant will be required to meet certain program requirements. For example, certain programs are targeted towards youth between the ages of 15 and 30.
Placement agencies recruit on behalf of employers and advertise their job
postings. Agencies often test and screen workers before arranging an interview
with the company that is hiring. Placement agencies who deal with permanent
jobs do not hire the worker. Temporary placement agencies are responsible for
paying the employee for work performed at a company. Placement agencies using
Job Bank should not charge job seekers for their services.
* Please note that the default setting for Government Funded Jobs and Placement Agencies is 'Yes'. If you do not make a modification to this default setting, government funded jobs and placement agency jobs will automatically be included in your search results.