«Trades» column

Getting Your Hands Dirty May Be Your Proudest Moment

December 2nd, 2020; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Much has been said about the trades industry and how it’s an industry that solely relies on physical strength. However, if there’s anything that the pandemic made us realize is […]

Career Profile: Nursery and Greenhouse Managers

November 30th, 2020; By Meghan Brown

Greenspaces around your town or city, or the beautiful gardens that people grow around their own homes, add beauty and natural touches to our lives.  But most of the plants, […]

Career Profile: Landscaper or Groundskeeper

November 30th, 2020; By Susan Huebert

Plants can make a place look beautiful, besides helping to improve air quality and many other benefits. Landscapers and groundskeepers help to grow plants around houses, office buildings, and more, […]

Career Profile: Fish Hatchery Manager

November 30th, 2020; By Susan Huebert

Fish and other sea creatures are an important part of our lakes, seas, and oceans, but they can sometimes have trouble surviving. Other animals eat them, people catch them, and […]

Careers in the Trades: A List

November 30th, 2020; By Jasmin Bollman

The trades sector in Canada is constantly growing and changing. So how do you know which career path is right for you? Here at JobsPeopleDo, we’ve assembled a list of […]

Trades: 5 Reasons to Join a Trades Union

October 1st, 2020; By Meghan Brown

When you hear about unions on the news, it is often in the context of a strike or a conflict with provincial politicians, but with little to no explanation of […]

Career profile: Heavy Equipment Operator

October 1st, 2020; By Susan Huebert

Every building or road has materials like concrete, stone, asphalt, or other materials. People who work as heavy equipment operators use machines to put these materials in place on roads, […]