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Family Employment

Job Search Tools, Tips and Resources

There are many opportunities for work for your partner and other family members as you settle in Saskatchewan. There are a lot of great resources to get your family started.

Job Search Service Centers and Sites

  • Saskjobs.ca is the largest job-posting site in Saskatchewan. It has postings for entry-level, trade, professional and management positions. Jobs are listed by occupation and region as well as a description of each and information on how to apply.
  • SaskJobs Career Services provide assistance to link the abilities of Saskatchewan workers with the needs of employers. They provide job searching, job matching, career planning, and job training services to Saskatchewan residents throughout the province.
  • Saskatchewan Government Careers lists jobs available within the Saskatchewan Public Service.


In Saskatchewan, advertised job openings may be found on job websites, in newspapers, at job fairs and or on community bulletin boards. It is important to know that some jobs are not advertised. Finding these types of jobs requires professional networking with managers, employees, family, friends and acquaintances.

  • Networking involves exchanging ideas and information with people you know, people you do not know and people you have just met.
  • The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce is an example of a Community Service Organization that can provide you with an excellent networking opportunity.


  • Research and learn more about the occupations in Saskatchewan before looking for work. The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training has more information here.
  • The Government of Canada website provides information to those who may require assistance with assessment of international credentials.
  • There are eleven Regional Newcomer Gateway Welcome Centers throughout the province. They welcome all immigrant newcomers, whether coming to Saskatchewan directly from abroad or from another province. Settlement advisors can assist newcomers in providing opportunities to discuss your individual needs in more detail.

Career Tools

  • Having a good résumé is key to finding the job you want. The Government of Canada’s Job Bank website (registration required) is an excellent tool to help you create a professional-looking résumé by providing writing tips and layout options.
  • For additional support, the Government of Canada has also developed an assessment tool to help people address individual skills and challenges. The Online Assessment Tool can be found here.
  • The Government of Canada also provides excellent information to those looking to improve their language skills. To register for language classes and language tests click here.