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38 | Government of Alberta, Employment, Immigration and Industry Many AEII service centres offer free workshops or information sessions. Workshops cover topics such as how to make career decisions, how to write a resumé and cover letter, and how to present your skills well in a job interview. If you would like to discuss your work search with a career and employment consultant, call the Alberta Career Information Hotline or the nearest AEII service centre. You may be asked to attend an orientation session or workshop before you meet with a career and employment consultant at an AEII service centre.

Sometimes, you learn more by making mistakes than you would otherwise. If family members or friends have a computer, ask them to show you how to play a simple game like Solitaire, and other things that interest you such as e-mail, word processing or searching the Internet. Take it slowly, one step at a time. Find out where introductory computer courses are being offered in your community. Ask at the nearest AEII service centre or local public library, or call the Alberta Career Information Hotline.

You may find that some goods-producing industries (such as the food processing industry) are growing faster in your community than some service industries. 3. What other factors will affect future employment prospects in different industries? Industry size and employee turnover rate—rate of people leaving existing positions—are just as important as industry growth in determining the number of employment openings there will be. For example, the retail trade industry is not growing as quickly as information technology, but there are often more job openings in the retail industry.

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