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Job seekers

If you are currently unemployed or looking to upgrade your skills, below are two resources that quite literally, provide thousands of pages of online content to help you get started with your job or training search.

iWin portal to career planning information
Your future lays ahead. Visit the iwin web portal for extensive links to Sarnia Lambton career planning tools, local community profiles and newspapers, training and learning opportunities, and employment information such as employment service providers, employment agencies, self-employment options and job opportunities. The one-stop-shop on the web for local Sarnia Lambton employment information.
   Sarnia Lambton Job Seeker's Guide to Employment Sarnia Lambton Job Seekers' Guide to Employment
Looking for work? Not sure where to start? You are not alone in your job search. This guide puts you in touch with the organizations in Sarnia Lambton that are here to help.


Sarnia Lambton: Community information

The following websites contain valuable information on our region's economic profile and standard of living indicators:

 Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce  County of Lambton  Sarnia Lambton Economic Partnership  City of Sarnia
 University of Western Ontario Research Park - Sarnia Lambton Campus  Lambton College  Sarnia Lambton Business Development Corporation  Tourism Sarnia Lambton

Ontario labour market information

The following resources contain information on the province's labour market:

Labour Market Monitor
The Labour Market Monitor is an overview of the Windsor - Sarnia econcomic region that includes Chatham-Kent, and the counties of Essex and Lambton. This monthly report is produced by Service Canada local labour market analysts.

September 2012

Ontario monthly labour market reports
monthly report, produced by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, looks at labour market conditions in Ontario by presenting data from Statistics Canada, such as unemployment rate, participation rate, and employment.

Wages and salaries
To get an idea of what people are paid in various occupations, visit the
Wage and Salaries page of the Canadian government's labour market information website. Note, you will need to know a specific job title. 

Sector Council Program
Through the Sector Council Program, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) is working with the private sector to enhance adult workers' skills through activities such as increasing employer investments in skills development and promoting workplace learning and training.

The various sector councils bring together business, labour and educational stakeholders. Their websites provide information about sector-specific human resources and skills issue

From trucking to electricity, find out which sectors are represented »



New to Sarnia Lambton?
The Live in Lambton web portal offers newcomers to our community a rich online resource of information - including CAREER POSTINGS. 

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