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The Ministry of Labour is committed to helping you find the right job.

 

 

Under the Employment Relations section, learn more about the following:

 

The Ministry of Labour also wants to help you throughout the job search process. Check out Guidance and Counseling for great tips on:

  • Preparing a great resume
  • Writing an effective cover letter
  • Searching for available vacancies
  • Making an application to a job
  • Preparing for the job interview
  • Getting ready for that first day on the job

 

You may also be interested in learning more about Education and Training services within the Ministry of Labour.

 

 

 

If you don’t see what you are looking for here or want more details on what is available on this website, see SITEMAP.




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