Though it may be thought of as an old style way of finding work, there is actually a thriving and ever-growing demand for apprentices in many different professions. Apprenticesearch.com is designed to bring Canadian employers and apprentice workers together, primarily in the construction, industrial and service industries.
Job seekers can check out a variety of opportunities on apprenticesearch.com. By registering on the site, potential apprentices can upload their resume and other information for employers to view. Employers in Canada can post their openings across multiple disciplines, in order to attract a wide number of possible workers.
Since apprenticeship is different from many other jobs, new applicants probably have a lot of questions. To this end, Apprenticesearch.com has a substantial information section, detailing the characteristics of being an apprentice, how to choose a trade, what help and training is available, and other resources that you can use as you decide what path to take. Employers have a parallel information section focusing on the aspects of the program that particularly affect their operations, most especially the financial incentives and tax credits available from the government of Ontario and the Canadian federal government to encourage the development and expansion of apprenticeship programs.
In addition to looking for a new career, visitors to apprenticesearch.org may read a variety of news stories on the topic, including success stories and details about women in the workforce as well as status reports on the program itself, all published by the owner and operator of apprenticesearch, Employment Ontario.