Looking for a job? Try one of these websites:
- WorkTrends – Information on the labour market and jobs in London
- Indeed, Workopolis, Monster, Knighthunter – Job search websites
- Government of Canada and Ontario Public Service – Public sector job banksH
- City of London Employment Opportunities – External openings
- Charity Village – Search jobs in the non-profit sector
- The Apprenticeship Network – Providing local apprentices with career options and information
- Western USC Job List – Job opportunities on campus
- Fanshawe Student Union job board – Part time, full time and short term.
- Immigration Portal Local Job Feed – Local job feed updated every 24 hours
If you need help through the employment process, London has employment based services. Visit one for assistance throughout the varying stages of the job seeking experience.
- Fanshawe Career Services – Offers Community Employment and Co-Op services.
- Western Student Success Centre – Helps with all areas of career management including job postings, workshops, career fairs, and individual counselling and career assessments.
- Links2Work – Links2Work has a comprehensive list of local employment agencies, local employers, job banks and much much more.
- London-Middlesex Immigrant Employment Council (LMIEC) – Connects local employers to job seeking newcomers. Offers job searching, mentoring programs and credentials screening.
- Women Immigrants of London (WIL) – Career development agency for newcomers to Canada.
- ATN Access for Persons with Disabilities – Provides access to technology to assist individuals with disabilities to reach their employment and learning goals
- Youth Opportunities Unlimited – Provides youth with training, skills development and supports needed to develop their potential and lead positive lives.
Want to be your own boss and start a business? Here are some resources that help with innovation, new technologies, and thinking outside the box:
- The London Small Business Centre (SBC) – Since 1986, the London SBC has provided thousands of entrepreneurs with the training and support necessary to start and grow successful businesses.
- London Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) – London’s economic development agency. Works to grow and expand local businesses, and attracting new business to London.
- TechAlliance – Provides support for tech startups and innovations
- Start up London – Fosters entrepreneurship in the city by providing startup news, events, resources, and a place to connect.
- Hacker Studios – Offers private startup studios & personal accelerator programs for small businesses, early-stage startups, student entrepreneurs & recent graduates to live, work, study, and build a company.
- UnLondon – A non-profit digital media association that acts as a creative incubator. UnLondon helps turn ideas into impactful results by providing tools, resources, and support.
- Leap Junction – Helps students start businesses by providing space, advice, and networking opportunities
- Service London Business – Provides helpful information about doing business in London, from creating a business plan to opening the doors and staying open.