A few years ago, Toronto’s job scavenger hunters were busy filling their bags and taking off on their hunting trips.
But since then, there have been fewer hunters, and fewer job hunters, for the city.
Some hunters are worried the city will lose jobs and jobs won’t be created.
But it’s not just the hunters who are concerned about the city’s job creation.
With the advent of the job scavenging season, there’s a lot of competition for jobs, and many of those hunters who’ve been working on the job hunt are having to compete for them.
So are they really getting the job they want?
And if they are, how can we help?
What are job hunting seasons like?
It’s an annual festival that happens every year, when hunters from all over Canada gather to hunt.
This year’s theme is ‘job hunting.’
The event takes place at the Exhibition Place and includes activities like food trucks, a job scavenge, a food auction and the auction of vintage jobs.
The hunt usually lasts from May through October.
But this year, the hunt was pushed to this weekend and the focus is on the upcoming jobs.
Last year’s job hunting had been pushed back to the weekend and this year’s is more focused on this week.
What’s going on?
When we last spoke to a few years back, the job hunting season had a number of challenges, from the weather to the seasonal shifts.
With that in mind, we asked the hunters what they were looking forward to in the coming weeks and months.
Some hunters are already working on their hunt, some are still on their jobs, some have had their hunting gear taken away.
Some have even found themselves in the midst of a legal battle with their employer.
The challenge with the current season is that there’s no real official end date.
The city can only issue an enforcement notice and a warning if hunters violate their rules, but the hunters can also wait for the job hunters to clear up their mess.
This year’s deadline is Friday.
If you’re on your hunt this week, you can still do it next year, but it’s at least a month later than it normally would be.
So if you’re planning to take your hunting gear off or are on the hunt with a partner, you might want to consider having the whole thing delayed a bit.
And you don’t need to worry about being a job hunting victim.
Some of the jobs will be vacant or will be available for hire.
And some jobs will offer an opportunity to participate in a job auction.
If you’re still wondering how to start your job hunting hunt, this post has the answers.