Explore Your Topic: Careers & Job Search

Our librarians have handpicked the most helpful resources on this topic from the Library collection and online.

Library Databases

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning is home to over 16,000 self-paced online courses, including all of Lynda.com's great content. All of LinkedIn Learning's courses are taught by industry professionals who are excited to share their knowledge with you. Courses are available in English, French, German, Japanese, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Spanish. Whether you want to learn a new skill or get in touch with your creative side, there's a course for everyone on LinkedIn Learning. You can access this tool via your browser or mobile device (using the free app).

Mobile App instruction:

  • Install the LinkedIn Learning app via the Apple or Google Play store.
  • Click Sign in. (If the app is prompting you to sign in as your name, click, not your name, then you'll see the Sign In option.)
  • Click Sign in with your library card.
  • Ourlibrary ID is nvdpl - Note: This is case sensitive.
  • Enter your library card number and PIN.

Need help getting started? Access this Tutorial.

On the Web

Adzuna is a job aggregator that searches thousands of websites and brings together millions of job postings.

Connects job seekers with employers in all B.C. employment sectors.

Guide to employment opportunities with Canadian local governments.  Includes postings.

Thousands of employers and recruiters search for resumes on Monster everyday. Help them find yours. Post a resume today and make it searchable to employers.

Job listings from across Canada sorted by province.

Canada's leading online career management portal.

neuvoo aggregates all jobs from employers career's website in order for candidates to find all jobs available in their preferred regions. neuvoo is a digital recruitment firm launched in 2011.

A guide to careers, training and education pathways in B.C.

Virtual information centre that provides access to career, training, and employment information resources and services such as labour market information, job listings, and educational resources that British Columbians can use in order to prepare for, obtain and keep employment.

Since it launched in 2000 with 15,000 jobs, Workopolis has always been the most popular career site in Canada. Today it features over 50,000 jobs a day.