The Globe and Mail, a leading online publication in Canada, has launched a new tool to help aspiring technology professionals, promising to be “the go-to resource for job seekers in the tech industry”.
The tool, called IT Salary Tracker, is a collaboration between the company, the Canadian Institute for Innovation and Skills (CIIS) and the University of Toronto.
The idea is to give aspiring techies an easy-to-use tool to search the job postings and get their salary information.
The tool can also help you find and interview candidates with similar interests, careers and technical skills.
The CIIS said the new tool will allow job seekers to search job postings in their preferred languages.
It will also help to find people who are looking for new opportunities to work.
“For many years, many job seekers have used a combination of search engines and traditional resumes,” said CIIS spokesperson Erin Loeffler.
“The CIis has created a tool that gives you a simple and convenient way to search for potential candidates in the field.
We hope that it will be helpful to the many new IT employees looking to start a new career and to the employers who need the expertise and skills of those who are already here.”
The job market is heating up with tech companies looking to hire more people in an increasingly competitive market.
According to Statistics Canada, there were nearly 5,000 jobs available for new workers in the U.S. in March, up from 4,800 jobs in January.
Companies like LinkedIn, Airbnb and Twitter have seen a surge in job seekers as well.
But it’s the young, aspiring tech workers that are most vulnerable.
“Many people who aspire to the tech job market are in their early 20s, and many are looking to break out into the industry with a degree in computer science,” said LoeFFLER.
“They may be working at the tech startup, or they may be part of a larger technology company that has experienced growth and a need for experienced and well-qualified candidates.”