Choosing a career path can be an overwhelming process — we’re here to help. We’ll guide job seekers toward the most relevant information and can help navigate feelings, values, personal goals, and needs. Our experienced staff have helped thousands find meaningful work and are here to support through any career decisions or questions, including:
- What type of place do you want to work in?
- Which fields are you interested in?
- Which types of work are in demand?
- How do different types of work pay?
- What’s the best option for you?
Having up to date labour market information can help you make an informed decision when choosing a career. Here are a few links to current employment trends. See which jobs/careers are in demand. Labour Market Information
Case management is a collaborative process that can help job seekers prepare for, find and maintain employment. A case manager can help develop a plan and complete the steps necessary to achieve job seeker goals – whatever they may be. And if plans change, a case manager will be there to help revaluate those goals. Think of a case manager as a guide and source of information to help make decisions.
If completing a training program in part of the plan, funding is important. Island Employment can help find funding programs that meet your job seeker needs and determine eligibility for funding programs offered by Employment Nova Scotia.