Researching your occupation will help you learn about job opportunities and find the one that is right for you.
- How do I search for jobs? - Finding a job can take time. Learn about job postings, networking and the hidden job market.
- How do I apply for a job? - Applying for a job involves three steps: a résumé, a cover letter and company/job research.
- How do I prepare for an interview? - An employer will often interview several qualified applicants for a job. Learn about the steps to prepare for an interview.
Programs and Services
The Government of Canada recognizes the significant role veterans have played both at home and around the world. The skills, abilities and expertise acquired over the years are valuable when transitioning to the civilian workforce.
- Employment for veterans - Discover a number of tools available on Job Bank that can assist veteran job seekers and employers looking to recruit veterans.
Youth & Students
Through a wide variety of youth employment programs and services, the Government of Canada supports young people between the ages of 15 and 30. The skills, experience, knowledge, and creativity that you acquire will be the keys to success in this new and rapidly changing job market.
Skilled immigrants are important to the growth of Canada's strong and diversified economy.
- Not a Canadian? Visit our Newcomer page to learn more about the Canadian labour market.
Older workers play an important role in the workforce, and contribute to Canada's economic growth and long-term prosperity.
Find information and resources relating to programs and initiatives for seniors.
People with Disabilities
The Government of Canada has a number of employment related programs and services to help people with disabilities to participate in the workforce.
The Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities provides funding for national, regional, and local projects that assist people with disabilities in preparing for and finding employment or self-employment, as well as acquiring the skills necessary to maintain that new employment.
The Disability Vocational Rehabilitation Program offers vocational counselling, financial support for training, and job search services to recipients of Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Disability Benefits to help return to work.
The Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program provides services to entrepreneurs with disabilities who live in Western Canadian communities and who are seeking to start up or expand a small or medium-sized business.
The Government of Canada has created a number of employment related services and tools to help Indigenous people with their job search.