Get a Job! A Podcast by Vancouver WorkBC

A podcast by WorkBC Podcast

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31 Episodes

  1. Crafting Career Opportunities: Is your next job in the Brewing Industry?

    Published: 4/3/2024
  2. Is your next career opportunity in BC’s Manufacturing Industry?

    Published: 1/9/2024
  3. How to start your career in Marketing

    Published: 10/30/2023
  4. The benefits of inclusive hiring, plus tips & resources for job seekers with a disability

    Published: 9/6/2023
  5. Finding your career path as an Indigenous job seeker

    Published: 6/20/2023
  6. How to prepare for a job fair

    Published: 3/16/2023
  7. Breaking into the Healthcare Industry, Part I

    Published: 1/23/2023
  8. How to disclose your disability to an employer and identify an inclusive workplace

    Published: 9/15/2022
  9. Dealing with job loss

    Published: 7/12/2022
  10. Employment opportunities in Vancouver’s film industry

    Published: 6/7/2022
  11. 2022 Job search trends and how to stand out in the crowd

    Published: 4/11/2022
  12. Self-employment and starting your own business in Vancouver

    Published: 2/16/2022
  13. How to use training to upgrade or change your career

    Published: 1/19/2022
  14. How hospitality, tourism and seasonal work can kickstart your career

    Published: 11/22/2021
  15. Mental wellness and job search

    Published: 10/14/2021
  16. Disability Employment Month: Inclusive hiring and why it's so important

    Published: 9/13/2021
  17. Too young to retire? Job search for those aged 55+

    Published: 8/13/2021
  18. The Future of Remote Work

    Published: 7/15/2021
  19. Career Steps For High School Grads Who Don't Want To Go To Post-Secondary

    Published: 6/8/2021
  20. What's going on in the BC Labour Market?

    Published: 5/11/2021

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"Get a Job!" is a local podcast for anyone looking for work in Vancouver. Presented by the Vancouver WorkBC Centres, it covers who's hiring locally, what's going on in the job market and conversations with employment specialists and special guests about how to maximize your chances at finding and sustaining work here in the Lower Mainland.