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CAP Job Search Tutorial: Job Banks

This tutorial is for CAP students completing the Job Search Assignment at Seneca College.

What are Job Banks?

Job banks are centralized listings of job postings and are one option when searching for employment opportunities. Most job banks are free, although some require registration. There are many free Canadian job banks.

There are two types of job banks: GENERAL and SPECIALIZED.

General job banks list job postings for a variety of industries, while specialized job banks usually list jobs for one industry. As a result, specialized job banks are more convenient for looking for jobs in a specific field. You can often find specialized job banks on association websites.

Selected Resources:

Examples of general job banks include:

Examples of specialized job banks include: