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Career Apps of the Month – April 2014

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Improve your employability anywhere, anytime thanks to the following featured apps! Inexpensive and easy to use, these apps make for some of the smartest downloads on your smartphone – and your career.

Mind Tools

Want to learn useful management and personal productivity skills on the go? Mind Tools is an app that allows you to access over 100 training topics, including team management, problem solving, and career skills. In a rush? This app features short summaries for each topic, highlighting the most important points for improving on a specific skill. Whether you want to become an effective and successful leader or just explore a new business skill, Mind Tools is a great resource for anyone who wants to learn the practical, straightforward skills you need to excel in your career.

  • Cost: FREE

 

SimuGator Job Interview Questions App

In a job interview, you only get one opportunity to make a good first impression. Therefore preparing for job interviews is very important. The Job Interview Questions app by SimuGator app allows you to practice your interviewing skills using interview simulations in video format. You can choose from over 50 questions and a variety of interviewers with different interview styles and demeanors. You can also record video of yourself answering each question so that you can review the quality of your answers based on substance, unnecessary word repetition, body language, and more. Advice is provided for each question to help you master what to say, how to say it, and why. This app is a must-have for anyone preparing for a job interview.

  • Cost: $0.99
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  1. Leion Dasan #

    I am steam fitter / pipe Fitter, I like to work Canada. I have 16 years experience. I have AIT approval Canada. Kyindly consider me. Thank you.

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    May 4, 2014
    • Hi Leion. Thanks for reaching out to us! Unfortunately, Adecco Canada does not offer any job sponsorship opportunities at this time. We are only able to assist those who are legally eligible to work in Canada. For more information on job sponsorship and/or immigrating to Canada, please visit the Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Canada website (http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/index-can.asp). They have a lot of great resources for you to begin the process. Once you’ve arrived in Canada with all your legal paperwork, we encourage you to visit our website (www.adecco.ca) where you can register with us online and start applying for jobs. All the best.

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      May 5, 2014

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