Read the WorkBC Spotlight to stay up-to-date with the latest job search trends, labour market programs and site news. You’ll also find exciting new career options and important B.C. trends and stats that can help with your job search.
You might get there on your own, but a good mentor will point out the pathway to get there sooner.
It can be difficult to stand out in the job market – especially if you are new to a community or don’t know anyone in your job field. Here are five simple tips to help you start networking.
Learn how the WorkBC Job Board can help employers find the right people to help their business grow.
Too much screen time can affect your vision health.
Learn about available career services and how they can help you.
Take a behind the scenes look at how the new Career Education Resources for Teachers and Career Counsellors was created
Small business is big business in BC.
Find out how Ashlee made the most out of her fully remote co-op term.
A workplace skills inventory can ensure a well-rounded team that can help make a business succeed.
Find out how you can create a more accessible work environment for your employees with accessibility barriers.
Strengthening your professional skills will help you advance in your career journey. Check out six great ways to improve your skills portfolio.
5 tips on how to take full advantage of a gap year.
Being a mature worker looking for employment can be challenging, but it can also have its benefits.
Explore how you can maintain social connections within your team with these five helpful tips.
Looking for services and supports while facing significant barriers to employment.
Want to support your diverse team members and promote inclusion at work?
Looking to start or build your career in the skilled trades? BC Infrastructure Benefits is hiring local tradespeople and apprentices to work on major infrastructure projects across BC.
HR Tech Group, in partnership with True Calling Media, is producing six videos showcasing inspiring and diverse people who love their tech jobs. Read to learn about Harley and other stories of diversity in tech.
The Skills Training for Employment program can help you prepare for a future where career goals and dreams become a reality.
Learn about Hasan's experience completing a co-op term with the Client Engagement Unit.
Check out the advice from our three-term co-op student, Adrianne and learn how she developed her career at the BC Public Service.
Did you know you can get paid while earning credits for school through co-op? Check out the seven reasons to co-op!
Navigating the world of business emails can be tricky— check out our tips and tricks to learn how to improve your professional email game.
Learning how to improve your email game is an important asset to your career. Check out our tips and tricks to learn more.
Are you a job seeker or recent grad looking to improve your virtual networking game? Check out our six tips to help you prepare.
Six tips to help you navigate a virtual hiring or career fair like a seasoned pro.
How essential businesses performing hands-on work can still serve clients while applying new health guidelines.
7 tips to help you establish a consistent routine while working remotely through COVID-19.
For many businesses, their doors may be closed to the public, but they’re still available to serve customers—through creative alternatives.
How can British Columbians greet each other in a post-handshake world?
Discover three steps that might help you and your mental health through COVID-19
The technology sector offers a wide range of rewarding careers that are located throughout BC. Have you been exploring career options in the technology sector?
From Surviving to Thriving: Developing Personal and Academic Resilience offers valuable insights and strategies for coping with life's stressors.
Creating Resumes for Canadian Employers
Resources in the WorkBC.ca Career Toolkit can provide you with career-building strategies
Didn't get the job? How to deal with job rejection.
Why an informational interview over a cup of coffee might be the right opportunity for you!
Three main competencies that will enable you to thrive in a new work environment
Kathleen's journey after losing her job of 23 years
Learn about the skills Tony strengthened during his co-op
Four myths about working for government explained
Check out the newly revised and improved guide.
Three steps to assist with your journey
Finding a career that aligns with your personal values
This post discusses the competencies that will be in high demand in the near future.
Find out more about automation and the impact it may have on the future of our workforce.
Find out how to use social media to increase the chances of landing your dream career.
Learn about Skyler's educational journey and why he decided to complete a co-op term with the Client Engagement Unit.
Check out the December website updates.
Find out how StudentAid BC can help British Columbian’s afford post-secondary education.
It’s the 83rd anniversary of formalized trade in British Columbia! Learn about how the Industry Training Authority (ITA) supports apprentices.
Plan, Search, & Apply for that Super, Natural Education Experience.
Five tips for your return to the workplace.
Did you notice that we did some work on the website recently? Here is the scoop on what has been updated.
Interested in learning about the benefits of a co-operative education? Check out what Kellie had to say about her co-op experience.
Learn four reasons why parents and guardians should read the 2018 Parents' Guide.
Learn about three exploration tools for youth.
Learn about three resources that can help youth find a part-time job.
Learn about the three benefits of volunteering.
Learn how to land your first part-time job.
Learn more about preparing for interview questions.
Learn more about career exploration with your teen.
Are you a woman interested in starting a new business? Learn more about the resources that WorkBC.ca offers for female entrepreneurs.
Are you interested in the trades? Learn more about trade programs designed for women.
Does something exist that offers good, forward-looking information specifically about B.C.’s job market?
Learn about work experience opportunities for high school students.
Explore careers at WorkBC.ca.
Explore four reasons to move to British Columbia.
Explore more WorkBC Employment Services Centres disability employment month success stories.
Explore WorkBC Employment Services Centres disability employment month success stories.
Read about Austin Lee's co-operative education experience.
Learn how the WorkBC API can power up your community job board.
This article discusses the advantages of telecommuting for both the employee and the employer.
Scott Plastics comments on accessing WorkBC.ca to fill a very specific job vacancy.
Kirsten discusses her experience as a co-op student with the B.C. Public Service.
When Mike needed support in his return to employment, he turned to the Campbell River WorkBC ESC.
When Danny needed support overcoming barriers to employment, he turned the Kamloops WorkBC ESC.
When Kristy needed support returning to work following an injury, she turned to the Quesnel WorkBC Employment Services Centre.
When David needed support to get his security license, he turned to the Merritt WorkBC ESC.
When Michelle needed support following an extended time off work, she turned to the Quesnel WorkBC ESC.
When Andrew needed support finding continuous employment he turned to the New Westminster WorkBC ESC.
When Raymond needed support getting back on his feet he turned to the Merritt WorkBC ESC.
Go to the WelcomeBC website to find resources to support people living, working and studying in our beautiful province.
When James needed help with career development, he turned to Kamloops' Open Door Group.
When Karen decided to pursue self employment she turned to the New Westminster WorkBC ESC.
When Kyle needed support in his search for stable employment, he turned to the Salmon Arm WorkBC ESC.
WorkBC resources for specialized employment supports.
When Korosh needed support securing a full-time job he turned to the Cranbrook WorkBC ESC.
Visit WelcomeBC for helpful information on living in British Columbia, Canada.
When Keith needed support with his return to employment, he turned the Creston WorkBC ESC.
When Jolanta needed support seeking employment, she turned to the Creston WorkBC ESC.
Go to the WelcomeBC website to find out more about why people from all around the world choose to work and study in our beautiful province.
When Alma needed advice on communicating and networking with employers, she turned to the Lillooet WorkBC ESC.
Refreshed WorkBC website offers great job search tools - and much more.
Go to the WelcomeBC website to discover why people from around the world choose our welcoming and beautiful province.
When Tammy needed support finding employment after relocating to Quesnel she turned to the WorkBC Quesnel ESC.
When Adeline needed support in building her resume she turned the Quesnel WorkBC ESC.
The refreshed WorkBC website offers great job search tools - and much more.
When Sharada needed support to improve her employment situation she turned to the WorkBC Whalley ESC.
When Rachel needed support in her job search she turned to the WorkBC Whalley ESC.
When Assad needed support to get his credentials translated, he turned to the WorkBC Whalley ESC.
When Reginald needed support after moving to a new community, he turned to the Oliver WorkBC ESC.
When Laureen needed support in her pursuit for a career in the medical field, she turned to the Quesnel WorkBC ESC.
When Patricia returned to Canada she turned to the Kamloops WorkBC ESC for support.
When Charlene needed support updating her resume and interviewing skills she turned to the Hazelton WorkBC ESC.
When Ria needed support on her quest for full-time employment she turned to the Hazelton WorkBC ESC.
When Nicole needed support in her pursuit for steady employment, she turned to the Kamloops WorkBC ESC.
When Tammy needed support in her return to the labour market, she turned to the Quesnel WorkBC ESC.
When John needed support finding secure work in a new environment, he turned to the Merritt WorkBC ESC.