Path to Get a 'Good' Government Job?
Sometimes we hear about those 'government jobs' that are cushy, easy, pay decent, and don't require that much skill.
What are those jobs exactly? And what type of education does one need to get them?
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what is the path to canadian banking?motomondo wrote: ↑ Why not look into Canadian banking?
Plenty of relatively cushy, easy, and low paying jobs. But there is a lot more "intellectual stimulation" than in the government.
Eventually, people can go from low paying jobs to more challenging positions, and make some decent money.
Working for the government is not for everyone!
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It can be anything. It can be retail banking, or technology, or corporate. Young people can start at an entry level job, and make a career out of it.
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That ought to be one of the biggest myths about government jobs that's out there - cushy (like doing little work), easy (not mentally challenging or manual labour), decent pay (like over $35,000) and requires little skill. Funny, how everyone talks about these "government jobs" but no one knows anyone who works in one.
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CEO of CIBC's first job was a teller.motomondo wrote: ↑ It can be anything. It can be retail banking, or technology, or corporate. Young people can start at an entry level job, and make a career out of it.
I know a man who started as a bank teller, and today is a SVP in technology. His success story is not typical, but it is a reminder that you can make a successful career here.
Honestly, I prefer the banks over the government (I work in banks, but in the past, I tried working for an agency of the provincial government).