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Sat, Apr 25: The economy has cooled off in Alberta because of oil's price drop. And as summer job season approaches, prospective employees, many of them young people, will face more and more competition for a paycheque. Reid Fiest reports. For more info, please go to http://www.globalnews.ca
Recent immigrants to Alberta talk about their experiences adjusting to workplace culture and expectations as they pursue their careers in their new home.
http://www.studyincanada.ualberta.ca/working International students can work on and off campus while they study at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Having a part-time job during the school year can help you practice your language skills, make new friends, and get valuable Canadian work experience that will help you after you graduate. Visit http://www.studyincanada.ualberta.ca/working for the full details and conditions. Please note: working while you study is not a sufficient way to finance your education at UAlberta and you must not rely on potential employment to meet your tuition and basic living expenses. You should ensure that you have adequate and secure funding for all four years before beginning your studies.
It's a fucking hard life
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this is a small work camp located in Bonnyville Alberta
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This was afer the Alfalfa test in a neighbours field, the people where really impressed - That was a clear one pass operation
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