“I am looking for a software engineer.
Can you help me find a job?” is a question that many young Canadians are asking themselves right now, but the answer to that question is far from simple.
Some of them don’t even know where to begin.
But as the federal government’s job search website, Indeed, makes clear, they are likely looking for jobs that fit into a specific category or industry.
The job search site also provides links to job postings for jobs in various industries.
Indeed says that it will keep a close eye on the job postings it sees and will make any decisions about how to use them.
The company says it uses data from thousands of job sites, including job listings from job boards and online job boards, to determine what kinds of jobs are available.
And it’s not only job postings that can give you insight into where you’re at in the job search process.
Indeed also makes the job board sites available for your use.
In an email, CEO Chris Mancuso wrote that the company does not track the content of the job posting, nor does it make any judgement on what is or is not relevant to the job you are seeking.
Indeed, he added, does not collect any personal information, and it doesn’t share that information with third parties.
The fact that job boards are available to you and your employers, Mancoso wrote, is an indicator that your job search may have already started.
The data is available to job seekers and employers through a free web service called JobSeeker.ca.
The information it gathers is shared with both employers and job seekers.
If a job posting has not been used, employers can still access the information and apply for a job with it.
Mancys statement about the JobSeekers site is based on the fact that the site only contains the job listings of companies that have been vetted through the Job Seekers program.
The Canadian Job Seeker Network, an industry group that supports the job seekers who use JobSeer, said that JobSecker is a private service.
“JobSeeker has not had access to any job postings from companies that are not in the JobSearch database,” said the group’s CEO, Anne-Marie Flemming.
“The vast majority of the companies listed in JobSecher are listed by themselves, and the information on JobSeaker.ca is not shared with anyone other than Job Seekercallers.”
Flemings told CBC News that the information in JobSearch.ca does not include information about job seekers’ names or other personal information.
She said it would be wrong to assume that the same information is included on JobSearch, because it is not.
“We are trying to be transparent about our use of the Job search site,” said Manciso.
Manticor is one of the many job sites that have a link to JobSeckers.ca, said Manticores spokesperson, Kate McCurdy.
McCurdy said that the job boards have not been able to access the Job Search data from JobSeakers, but that it is possible that they have access to it.
“It’s not possible to access JobSeeking data through the search function on Jobseeker.com, so we don’t know whether it’s on there or not,” said McCurdy, adding that the group is not commenting on the content.
JobSearch was launched in 2014 by the federal and provincial governments.
The companies that run JobSearch said that job seekers can access their own job boards.
“If you go to JobSearch and search for an existing job you can see your current job listing on the website,” said Kim Smith, CEO of JobSearch Inc., a job board company.
She noted that JobSearch also allows job seekers to view other job boards to see where they’re currently employed.
“That’s one of our goals.
It’s just a very small portion of our network,” said Smith.
Mascor, however, says that job board companies are not the only sites that will be using JobSeers data.
The Globe and AM is not the first to raise questions about JobSeachers.
In February, the Globe’s investigative reporting team asked the federal minister of labour to investigate whether the job seeker data used by JobSeeks.ca was being used to target job seekers, specifically those in low-paid jobs.
The federal minister, and his staff, responded in a letter that they “do not have a detailed knowledge” of the use of JobSekers data to target low-income workers.
The letter also stated that the federal department does not have access “to any information that may be collected about you in Job Seeker or any other website or app” that might be used to gather data on job seekers or other job seekers in low income occupations.
A spokesman for Minister of Labour Brad Duguid said that