I'm new to Ontario.

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

Here’s how:

Learn about working in Ontario: Visit the Welcome to Ontario website to find out how to qualify for employment, get a license for your profession, or take part in special programs that help newcomers start their careers in Ontario.

Build your literacy, math and basic skills: Improve your reading, writing and mathematics skills, and build basic technical skills for work through Literacy and Basic Skills Programs.

Learn English or French: Get training in either of Canada's two official languages through language training services.

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

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: Learn about which jobs are in demand, and get job hunting information and help at Ontario Employment Resource Centres.

Learn new job hunting skills: 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.

Want more help with your skills for work?

Visit the Ontario Skills Passport website and learn more about how you can develop the basic skills and work habits that are important for every kind of job in Ontario.