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Archive for the ‘Tourism’ Category

July 7th, 2017

Working in BC’s Tourism Industry

Working in BC's Tourism Industry

Anyone who knows about British Columbia knows that its natural beauty, diverse culture, and the wide range of activities available to take part in have contributed to BC becoming a premier tourist destination for visitors from throughout Canada and the rest of the world. The tourism sector is also one of the biggest employers in […]

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July 14th, 2015

Sample Tourism Resume

sample tourism resume

A sample Tourism resume.

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March 2nd, 2015

Training and Preparation for Tourism Careers

Training and preparation for Tourism careers

“The best way to start or get ahead in the tourism industry is through training,” says Jenni Hopkyns, Manager of Training Services at Tourism British Columbia. “Over the years, we’ve heard many anecdotes from employers about the importance of programs

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February 23rd, 2015

Careers in the Tourism Industry

Careers in the tourism industry

Tourism is a diverse industry which offers long-term career opportunities for enthusiastic individuals who want to put their education and skills to work in various environments. People in tourism may work indoors or outdoors, standard hours or on a flexible schedule, seasonal jobs or all-year-round.

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November 30th, 2008

Preparing Your Resume for a Tourism Career

Preparing Your Resume for a Tourism Career

When applying for tourism jobs, you’ll want a professional-looking, well-written resume that highlights your skills and that is tailored to what tourism employers are looking for.

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November 30th, 2008

Tourism labour market trends

Tourism labour market trends

Two recent reports on BC’s labour market have concluded that tourism is growing throughout the province. While growth is a good thing, particularly for those who are looking for work, it can also be challenging for employers to find enough employees to fill their positions.

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