Are you looking for employment?

Then this page is for you! EmployLink has tools and resources for you! There are service providers who can help you on your road to employment.

There are so many great benefits to employment!

People go to work to…

  • Earn money
  • Learn new skills
  • Explore interests
  • Meet new people
  • Build confidence
  • Provide for your family

How does EmployLink help job seekers?

EmployLink connects job seekers with service providers across the province who can help with:

Resume and cover letter writing

Skill development

Job coaching

Employer connection


So, you have made the decision to look for a job—congratulations, that’s your first step in your journey towards employment! Click on the resource below to learn more about how service providers can help you along the way.

When you don’t have a job, you will spend a lot of your time looking for one, that is why you are called a ‘Job Seeker’! Click below for some tips to help you prepare for finding a job.

Tips for Job Seekers


Jobs Ability Canada is a free website where job seekers can find and apply for jobs in your area. Job seekers can register and completing a profile, allowing businesses to connect directly with you.

Ready to get started? Here are some links that will help you on your employment journey.


How to Answer Interview Questions

If you’re interested in practicing for interviews, or to get an understanding of what kinds of questions are asked at a job interview, this website is for you.


Employment for All 

The Employment for All website is an initiative of the Canadian Association of Supported Employment (CASE) that focuses on the best practices of Supported Employment.


Career One Stop

Videos are organized into different industries to help you research different career options.


Developing a Cover Letter

Get started on your path to a new career with a tips on writing an effective cover letter.


Sask Jobs is a job board that lists jobs that are currently available in Saskatchewan.


Service Providers

Find service providers in Saskatchewan, ready to help you find employment.