Government of Manitoba - Career Development

Career Development

Older Worker

You have gained a wealth of knowledge and experience over your lifetime. Employers are seeking skilled workers with experience to help bridge the gaps. The key is connecting your skills and experiences to options - now and in the future. Making informed intentional choices will help you take stock of where you are now, where you want to go, how you are going to get there, while ensuring your choices support your chosen lifestyle.

Navigating Occupational Transitions

Knowing what is important to you and what fits your desired work/life balance is important when considering a career transition. Start on a career path that is right for you by getting to know yourself, how you learn and your strengths and skills

Updating My Skills to Stay Current in Today’s Market

Lifelong learning has become a necessity due to the ever-increasing need to keep up with the rapid growth in knowledge and technology. Once you have a clear understanding of your career path consider building on your work assets to improve your skills and talents.

Job Search Resources

Information on job searching, resume writing and the interview process. Visit job banks to see what jobs are available.

Retirement Planning

Retirement planning is more than just financial planning. Discover information and resources that can help make the most of your retirement years.

Re-Entering the Workforce After Retirement

More and more people are choosing to return to the workforce after retirement. Whatever your reasons for returning you want to ensure you are maximizing the use of your existing skills and ensure the path you choose suits the work balance you desire.