4 October 2019 / #employment #jobs How to find a job in OttawaPhoto by Alachua CountyA strong labour market in the Ottawa region for the past while means job opportunities haven’t been this vast in years. If you’re looking for a new job in the Ottawa area, here are some sites and resources to check out.Happy job hunting!To suggest an addition to this list, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Job listingsIndeed.comPeter’s New JobsCanadian Job BankOttawaJobShop.caOttawa Citizen - Working.comGlassdoor.caWorkopolisCareer AimLinkedInMonster.caEluta.caKijijiFacebook JobsCraigslistMajor employers in OttawaHere is an unofficial list of some of the larger employers in Ottawa, who often may have job opportunities available.Federal governmentCity of OttawaNational Capital CommissionAlgonquin CollegeUniversity of OttawaCarleton UniversityCalian GroupMintoFarm BoyShopifyHydro OttawaAn annual list of the top employers in Ottawa is published by Canada’s Top 100 Employers . The latest list is available at canadastop100.com/ottawa.Job ideasHere are some outside-the-box ideas we saw listed recently in Ottawa:Bagel bakerSecurity screening investigator at CSISPersonal chauffeurAirport ramp attendant911 call centre clerkEconomistJob help and career coachingThere are a variety of resources available to help you find a job, get training or navigate career confusion. Here are some sites to check out.Employment OntarioCommunity Employment Resource CentreKanata Kareer GroupCareerJoyJobJoyuOttawa Career Development GuideCanadian Certified Counsellor directoryInternational Coach Federation - Find an Ottawa Career CoachCanadian Centre for Occupational Health and SafetyInfo on Ottawa’s economy and job marketVia the City of Ottawa:As Canada’s capital city, Ottawa is a member of the G8 group of citiesFourth largest city in Canada by populationSecond largest city in Ontario by populationAt 2,796 sq. km, Ottawa is larger than the cities of Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton combinedMore than $40 billion GDPMore than $2.5 billion in venture capital investments since 2000One of the principal advanced technology centres in North America, with more than 70,000 high-tech jobsMore than 25,000 employersMore than 500,000 jobsThe top five industries, by share of contribution to city GDP, are: High tech; federal government; finance, insurance, real estate; trade; and health and education.