Career Resources

  • WorkStory

    WorkStory is a web-based resource featuring videos in which people tell their work story.... what they do, what's great about it and the paths they took to get there. Aimed at career changers, those new to the job market, current students, and recent grads, WorkStory.net is intended to inform, to intrigue, and to inspire. Share your work story. Inspire a Future. Visit www.workstory.net


  • Knighthunter London Employer Links

    Knighthunter is a job bank of local and area job listings; it also has a link to local businesses, listed by category. Many of these links are connected directly to company career pages. Visit www.knighthunter.com


  • Working in Canada

    The Working in Canada website is dedicated to labour market information. New features allow you to compare wages and outlooks by occupation or by location, and to access Labour Market Bulletins. By producing a Working in Canada Report, you will learn about job opportunities, job demand, wages, skills requirements, and more. You can find out where the jobs are now and where they will be in the future. Visit www.workingincanada.gc.ca


  • Small Business Centre

    For those interested in self-employment, the Small Business Centre in London offers services that include: the availability of a knowledgeable general business consultant; many informative publications and booklets that cover everything from preparing a business plan, to creating a marketing plan, record keeping for small business and financial assistance programs; and delivery of business-related seminars and workshops to expand your business knowledge. Visit www.sbcentre.ca


  • National Occupational Classification (NOC)

    The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is the nationally accepted reference on occupations in Canada. It organizes over 30,000 job titles into 520 occupational group descriptions. The NOC provides a standardized framework for organizing the world of work in a coherent system. It is used to collect and organize occupational statistics and to provide labour market information. The structure and content of the NOC is also implemented in many major services and products throughout the private and public sectors. Visit www.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC


  • London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC)

    The London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) website includes information about everything that is happening in the City of London and surrounding area in the world of business and employment. It includes links to Special Events, Industry Sectors, New Investment, News Releases, and Business Headlines. It also has links to and information about local businesses. Visit www.ledc.com


  • London Jobs

    London Jobs is a collection of job posting sites for London, Ontario and area. This site is a job seeker's main page. It includes links to recruiters, government jobs, local job boards such as Knighthunter, Monster, and Workopolis, as well as non-profit links to jobs. Visit www.londonjobs.has.it