Monster.ca has been around for quite a while. I remember searching for nursing jobs on the site as long ago as perhaps 10 years ago! I’m glad to see that it’s still around and has so many options for employers and job seekers.
I’m discussing Monster.ca here, but as you probably already know Monster is a worldwide company with sites for specific countries such as the United States, Australia, Hong Kong, and many European countries. I don’t think there’s a part of the globe that they don’t cover!
If you are visiting the site to look over their job listing you’ll find a wide variety of positions from professional listings in the medical field to service or trade industries. You can search by the type of employment you are interested in or you can search for jobs by location or if you are an employer you can easily create a post job in the system.
Just like when I used Monster in the past, a job seeker can register and create a profile which can include the posting of your resume. I really like that feature because once your resume is up on the site you can update it over time. Employers can look over the listings as well to find potential employees that might suit whatever position for which they are hiring so posting your resume and creating a profile on the site has many benefits.
You’ll also find a Career centre on the site where you can read articles containing career advice, and the resume centre where you can build an online resume. You’ll also discover the Interview Centre, Self Assessment centre, Employment Law Centre and career news within the Career Centre subheading at the top of every page on Monster.ca.
As you can see there are quite a number of resources at Monster for anyone who is searching for a job. I’m certain that if you were to visit the various centres you’d gain some valuable knowledge that would help you get through interviews successfully or that would teach you to create a resume that would catch an employers eye.
Visit the Monster site to start setting up your profile and resume today.