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Employment Search Tip

Here is a hint when using a search engine, such as Google, Bing, or Safari. When you are searching for information, you do not need to type out all the words. For example, if you are looking to improve your language skills, rather than typing “Where do I find a class for English as a Second Language in Saskatoon,” you can shorten it to just the key words, such as “class English Second Language Saskatoon.”

 

Say you want to find a job. Why type is “Where do I find employment in Saskatoon”? All you really need is “employment Saskatoon.” Looking for a place to live? Try “housing Saskatoon”

 

This can be used for anything for which you are looking. What to know what’s playing at the theatre and what time the film will start? “Showtimes Broadway Theatre” is all you need put in.

 

Learning how to search by key words can be used when looking for a job in a specific field, road conditions, bus routes, or any information you need to look up.