Please note, the University of Saskatchewan is not affiliated with any of the organizations or websites noted below and offers this list simply to provide other options for students to explore job opportunities, not as an endorsement.

Local and provincial

Points you to jobs in and around Saskatoon and Regina, and throughout Saskatchewan. Also see the National and Government sites.

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National

Great if you are targeting a specific position and/or region of the country. Most of these links have excellent search functions including search by career type, company, province, city, or keyword.

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International

Looking for opportunities overseas or south of the border? These can give you a great start. Also check out Volunteering, Study Abroad and Co-ops and Internships.

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Government

Public Service (i.e. working for a level of government) offers employment opportunities across just about every discipline and sector. 

Municipal
Provincial and Territorial
Federal

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Teaching English as an Additional Language

Heading overseas to teach English is a popular choice for many new grads and can be perfect for those who want to experience life outside of our beloved Canada! Programs vary considerably, so be sure to read the fine print about things such as location, salary, required education (not always a B.Ed.), accommodations, flights, health insurance, work visas, and contract lengths. You may also want to explore the benefits of CERTESL, Get Your TEFL, or Global TESOL College training. 

China
Japan
Korea
Multi-locations

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Aboriginal

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Disability

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Academic and Research

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Agriculture and Food Science

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Biotechnology

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Business and Entrepreneurship

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Economics

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Education and Teaching

To be a teacher in Canada, a Bachelor's Degree in Education is required along with a teacher's certificate from the province you will be teaching in. In Saskatchewan, this certificate is issued through the Ministry of Education.  

Canada
International

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Engineering

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Environment and Geography

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Fine Arts

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Health Care

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Information Technology and Advanced Technology 

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Languages and Linguistics

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Law Enforcement and Protective Services

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Legal

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Manufacturing

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Marketing and Sales

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Media and Communications

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Non-Profit and Community Based Organizations (see also Volunteering)

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Oil, Gas and Mining

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Science and Technology

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Skilled Trades

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Social Sciences

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Tourism and Hospitality

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Transportation

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