Baby, it’s cold outside and you’re strapped for cash. Work’s been slow or your people want Christmas presents or you just need some extra cash to tide you over till you find something permanent. Whatever the reason, the holiday season is the perfect time to fatten your bank account a little bit.

To be a naturopathic doctor you’ve got to be determined, dedicated and emotionally tough — and having deep pockets doesn’t hurt.

Your resumé is a beauty and your cover letter led to an interview. Your technique dazzled and you shone. And then, surprise! You get a call for a … second interview.

Toronto is a beautiful city. And in the past few years, we’ve seen a surge of businesses open devoted to beautifying its people. From more alternative places like tattoo parlors to specialized places like barber shops to blow drying bars and even places designed purely for eyebrow care, this city is a high-maintenance stunner.

I probably shouldn’t write this in an article that can be viewed by anyone including my boss, but Ontario Public Service (OPS) job alerts have been popping up in my inbox for years.

Features

The 20-something’s guide to job search in Toronto

October 17, 2013

If you’re out of work and just starting out, you can be forgiven for feeling dazed and confused when it comes to moving forward on your career path.

Found in translation

October 11, 2013

If you’re a bilingual person who can’t find employment, you might think you’re the ideal candidate to become a translator, just like I did once, long time ago. You might be. Might.

I’m done school … and now what?

October 8, 2013

The end of the year in the life of a student happens twice — once at the end of the year, as it is for everybody else, and the second time half-way through, usually around June.

An anticipating the future kind of job

October 3, 2013

Urban planners plan for the future of urban areas, estimating the number of houses needed in a particular area and where the housing should be built.

Working with a massive canvas

October 3, 2013

In conversation with ... Jennifer Keesmaat, the City of Toronto’s first female chief planner.

Job seeker’s Twitter party

November 1, 2013

It’s a social media bash and you’re invited! On Nov. 12 from 8 to 9 p.m., the Centre for Education & Training (TCET) is hosting a Twitter party (tweet chat) on how social media is changing the face of job search.

Internship woes are a global issue

October 30, 2013

Hello there and welcome to another installment of the Unpaid Internship Woes show. Recently, an internship was posted in a prestigious Canadian magazine and it paid. I know. Wild.

The end is nigh

October 24, 2013

We at poss.ca are very sad to say that unless there is a dramatic change in events our employment website will be folding.

Get ready for Workforce Development Week

October 10, 2013

Time to sharpen up your networking skills to get ready for a bunch of networking and information events when the City of Toronto’s Workforce Development Week swings into gear Oct. 21 to 25.

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