I need a job.

Employment Ontario has services right across Ontario that can help you:

Here's how:

Get the skills to succeed:  Talk to a professional counsellor and get the help you need to plan your career, get training, and find a job through the Employment Service.

Get job hunting tools and information: You can learn about which jobs are in demand, and get job hunting information and help at Ontario Employment Resource Centres.

Get your career started: If you're just starting out, Service Canada has many programs to help young people find jobs. You can also get started in the government of Ontario through the Ontario Internship Program.

Start a business: Find out about Ontario's supports for entrepreneurs and small business owners.

Find jobs on the web: You can find jobs in Ontario on the Job Bank website.

Help for youth: If you are an unemployed young person or a student, there are several Employment Ontario programs that can help you build skills or find a job.

Find a summer job: Whether you want to find a job, start your own business, or come and work for the Government of Ontario this summer, there's lots of work available through Ontario's Summer Jobs Programs.

Learn new skills to land a job: You can find great Job Search Tips on this website, and find out how to write Cover Letters and Résumés, and prepare for Job Interviews.

Help for older workers: If you live in a region hard hit by the recession and are between the ages of 55 and 64, the Targeted Initiative for Older Workers is designed to help you.

Thinking about starting your own business?

You can learn about Starting a Business on this website.