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If you are a job-seeker looking for employment anywhere in Canada, these are the best Canadian job boards and career resources you need to visit to help you in your job search. AllStarJobs.ca -- for job-seekers searching for jobs in Canada, where you can search for job listings (by job category, province, or keywords), post your resume, and find links to all the best career resources for Canadian students and job-seekers. Free to job-seekers. Anne Whitten Bilingual Human Resources, Inc. -- placement firm located in Toronto, Canada, specializing in English/French bilingual employment.
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Interview questions may vary but in essence they are all trying to establish the following: Your skills and experience to do the job Your enthusiasm and interest for the job Whether you will fit in If you have thought through convincing answers to the above, ideally illustrated with real-life examples, then you should be able to answer most of the questions that arise. This section looks at some of the typical questions which arise and how to handle them. Tell me about yourself? This question or something similar usually starts every interview.