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Job hunting tips for those who are over 50 years old way to lift your spirits, network with other professionals and maybe even learn of employment opportunities you won’t hear about on the couch at home. And volunteering, be it with a charity or a professional organization, is a great way to revive your resume and continue to add accomplishments despite your unemployment.

Though the job market has improved in recent years, many men and women are still out of work. Perhaps most troubling, many of those people are age 55 and older who are fearful of an uncertain future and a job market where they are seemingly overlooked. For many unemployed men and women over the age of 50, the harsh reality of a job market that does not value their experience or skill set is deeply disconcerting. But as difficult as the job market can be for older men and women, it’s not impossible to find a job, though it might take some ingenuity and perseverance.

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2011 National Household Survey: Portrait of Canada’s labour force Close to 99 per cent of Canadian workers reported using English, French or both in the workplace most often or on a regular basis. Specifically, 84.7 per cent of the population used English and 25.3 per cent used French. In 2011, 93.9 per cent of the population in Quebec reported using French at work, while 39.2 per cent reported using English. In all the other provinces and territories, English was

the dominant language in the workplace. In 2011, 98.4 per cent of the population reported using this language, and 4.6 per cent of the population reported French as the language used at work. Among all languages other than English or French used in the workplace, the family of Chinese languages, with 224,000 references, ranked first in 2011.

“Specifically, 84.7 per cent of the population used English and 25.3 per cent used French.” In 2011, 2.65 million individuals (13.9 per cent) reported using more than one language at work. Of all the country’s CMAs,

the Quebec part of the Ottawa–Gatineau CMA had the highest proportion of workers who reported using at least two languages in the workplace (58.4 per cent), followed by the CMAs of Montréal (47.5 per cent), Moncton (36.7 per cent), Sherbrooke (28.7 per cent), Ottawa–Gatineau [Ontario part] (27.9 per cent) and Greater Sudbury (23.2 per cent). ●

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Manpower says hiring pace to slow in Canada Canadian employers expect a moderate hiring climate for the third quarter of 2013, with employers in the Transportation & Public Utilities sector reporting the strongest 3Q job prospects, according to the latest results of the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey, the most extensive, forward-looking employment survey in the world.

“The survey of over 1,900 Canadian employers reveals that 21 per cent of them plan to increase their payrolls in the third quarter of 2013.” With seasonal variations removed from the data, the Net Employment Outlook of nine per cent is a slight drop when compared to the Outlook reported in the previous quarter. This Outlook is also a three percentage point drop from the Outlook reported during the same time last year. However, results for the third quarter do represent some encouraging signs. The survey of over 1,900 Canadian employers reveals that 21 per cent of them plan to increase their payrolls in the third quarter of 2013, while six per cent anticipate cutbacks. Of those surveyed, 71 per cent of employers expect to maintain their current staffing levels and two per cent are unsure. Job seekers in Western and Atlantic Canada are likely to benefit from a steady hiring climate from July through September, while they can

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Business Receptionist (Including Administration and Sales) (NOC: 1414) SALARY: $12.00 to $14.00 hourly for 35 hours/week LOCATION: Ottawa, Ont. (1 vacancy) • Type 41-60 words per minute. Greet people and direct them to contacts or service areas. Obtain and process information required to provide services. Operate switchboard or telephone system. Answer, screen and forward telephone calls. Record and relay information. Schedule and confirm appointments. Send invoices. Receive and issue payments. Perform clerical duties, such as filing and sorting and distributing mail. Sales experience an asset, no smokers, no students. Please note – this is not a summer job. Supervacs.ca In person between 12:00 and 17:00: 2730 Iris St., Ottawa, Ont. K2C 1E6 E-mail: tyler@supervacs.ca Job Number: 7018742

Senior Bookkeeper (NOC: 1231) SALARY: $30,000 to $39,000 yearly for 40 hours/week LOCATION: Ottawa, Ont. (1 vacancy) • Maintain general ledgers and financial statements. Post journal entries. Prepare trial balance of books. Reconcile accounts. Calculate and prepare cheques for payroll. Prepare other statistical, financial and accounting reports. Control inventory. Calculate fixed assets and depreciation. Prepare tax returns. Plus Associates Bookkeeing Inc E-mail: careers@plusassociates.ca Job Number: 7028861

Service Advisor, Auto Repair (NOC: 1453) SALARY: $35,000 to $50,000 yearly for 50 hours/week, commission, medical, dental and vision care benefits. LOCATION: Ottawa Centre, Ont. (1 vacancy) • Must be physically capable of performing job duties and possess excellent computer skills. Garys Automotive E-mail: jobs@garysautomotive.com Job Number: 7024203

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als and correspondence. Review, evaluate and implement new administrative procedures. Oversee and co-ordinate office administrative procedures. CIC International Group (Canada) Inc. E-mail: cicresume@yahoo.com Job Number: 7008527

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(Bilingual Office Clerk) (NOC: 1411) SALARY: $13.00 to $14.00 hourly for 37.5 hours/week, medical, dental, life insurance, group insurance and vision care benefits. LOCATION: Ottawa, Ont. (1 vacancy) • Type 0-40 words per minute. Receive and forward telephone or electronic enquiries. Process incoming and outgoing mail manually or electronically. Provide general information to clients and the public. Order supplies and maintain inventory. Photocopy and collate documents for distribution, mailing and filing. Customer service skills, detail oriented, ability to multi-task and prioritize. Insurance background an asset. Good keyboarding skills are required. No agencies. Hooper Holmes Canada Ltd./Portamedic E-mail: hiring@hooperholmes.ca Job Number: 7008901

General Accountant (Bookkeeper) (NOC: 1111) SALARY: $40,000 yearly for 40 hours/ week, medical, dental, life insurance, group insurance, pension plan and vision care benefits. LOCATION: Ottawa West, Ont. (1 vacancy) • Prepare financial information for individuals, departments or companies. Examine accounting records. Develop and maintain cost findings, reporting and internal control procedure. Analyze financial documents and reports. General Accounting duties, such as AP, AR, FA, Payroll (ADP). Analysis of expenses, month end & year end process. Assist with setup of new systems. Proficient in EXCEL. Bilingualism (would be an asset.) The Masha Krupp Translation Group Fax: (613) 820-3103 E-mail: akrupp@mashakrupp.com Job Number: 7011720

Administrative Assistant (Finance & Admin Assistant) (NOC: 1411) SALARY: $423 weekly for 40 hours/week LOCATION: Ottawa Centre, Ont. (1 vacancy) • ”Ontario Job Creation Partnerships” (JCP) is an employment program provided by Employment Ontario. To participate, you must be unemployed and meet one of the following conditions: have established a claim for Employment Insurance benefits or that the Employment Insurance benefit period ended within the past three years; or established a claim for Employment Insurance maternity or parental benefits and were paid benefits within the past five years, and are re-entering the labour force after having left it to care for newborn or newly adopted children. Please quote the

GENERAL | TRADES | CONSTRUCTION position title in the subject line of your Email and indicate how you meet the JCP requirements in your cover letter. Check our website for a detailed job description. Ottawa Festival Network Fax: (613) 233-3134 E-mail: jobs@ottawafestivals.ca Job Number: 7029896

Telephone Operator (NOC: 1424) SALARY: $15.80 to $18.28 hourly for 40 hours/week, as per collective agreement, medical, dental, disability, life insurance, group insurance, pension plan, RRSP and vision care benefits. LOCATION: Ottawa Centre, Ont. (1 vacancy) • Arrange teleconferences. Provide emergency services. Monitor mobile radio or telephone. Must be available to work variable shifts – early morning, afternoon, evening and (overnight 11:00 p.m. to 7:30 a.m) when required. Fairmont Château Laurier Job Number: 6993511

Interviewer, Survey or Poll (Entry-Level) (NOC: 1454)

SALARY: $10.25 hourly for 20 hours/week, bonus, other benefits. LOCATION: Ottawa Centre, Ont. (10 vacancies) • Establish contact for interview by telephone or in person. Conduct interview following the outlines of questionnaires and survey. Record answer on paper or enter directly into computer database. Follow computer-assisted interview modules. We offer flexible shifts that you choose. Convenient location – downtown on transitway. No sales involved. Advancement opportunities. Great for students or those looking for supplemental incomes. Elemental Data Collection Inc. E-mail: jobs@elementaldci.com Job Number: 7029553

Automotive Partsperson, Retail (Must have significant number

of years in auto industry) (NOC: 1472) SALARY: $10.50 to $15.00 hourly for 40 hours/week LOCATION: Ottawa, Ont. (2 vacancies) • Type 0-40 words per minute. Weight – up to 13.5 kg (30 lbs). Advise on use and appropriateness of goods or parts. Sell spare and replacement parts. Answer customer inquiries. Handle cash transactions. Please do not apply if you do not have significant automotive experience. We will not train, experience is mandatory. Canadian Auto Parts Suppliers E-mail: marketing@capsparts.com Job Number: 7019555

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Painters/Lead Painter) (NOC: 7219) SALARY: $40,000 to $45,000 yearly for 40 hours/week, bonus. LOCATION: Ottawa, Ont. (1 vacancy) • Supervise workers and projects. Coordinate and schedule activities. Train or arrange for training. Ensure adherence

to safety standards. Set up machines and equipment. At least 5 years’ experience with interior/exterior painting for residential or commercial. Knowledge of paint systems, techniques and safe use of ladders, scissor lift and scaffolding. Wow-1Day! Painting Ottawa Phone between 9:00 and 17:00: (613) 241-6065 E-mail: Wow1day@rogers.com Job Number: 7030862

Mechanic, Heavy Equipment, Diesel Engine (NOC: 7312) SALARY: $20.00 to $32.00 hourly for 45 hours/week, medical, dental and group insurance benefits. LOCATION: Ottawa Centre, Ont. (1 vacancy) • Weight – more than 45 kg (100 lbs). Troubleshoot and inspect equipment to detect faults and malfunctions. Determine extent of repair required. Adjust equipment and repair or replace defective parts. Test repaired equipment for proper performance. Clean, lubricate and perform other maintenance work. Service attachments and working tools. Lacombe Waste Services In person between 9:00 and 17:00: 5555 Power Rd., Ottawa, Ont. K1G 3N4 E-mail: wlarry@lacombewaste.ca Job Number: 7032757

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(Fireplace Installer – G2) (NOC: 7253) SALARY: $15.00 to $18.00 hourly for 44 hours/week LOCATION: Ottawa Centre, Ont. (1 vacancy) • Determine layout of systems. Measure and mark reference points for installation. Maintain and service heating units and components. Repair and service gas appliances. Educate clients about safety and maintenance of gas units. Install gas appliances. Start-up and adjust new or repaired equipment. Test and replace defective equipment or components. Hubert Heating E-mail: hubert.heating@sympatico.ca Job Number: 7011291

General Construction Labourer (For concrete form work) (NOC: 7611) SALARY: $14.00 to $16.00 hourly for 40 hours/week LOCATION: Ottawa Centre, Ont. (2 vacancies) • Weight – up to 45 kg (100 lbs). Load, unload and transport construction materials. Erect and dismantle concrete forms, scaffolding, ramps, catwalks shoring and barricades. Mix, pour and spread materials. Assist heavy equipment operators. Clean and pile salvaged materials. Remove rubble and other debris at construction sites. Must have own transportation. Must have Fall Protection & WHMIS Card. Aable Construction Ltd. BPhone: between 8:00 and 16:00: (613) 822-0731 Fax: (613) 822-6631 E-mail: anna.code@aable.ca

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