Many career magazines are online and FREE. Whether you are thinking of studying or working abroad, finding entry level jobs, or starting your own business, these magazines give good advice on how to go about it.
- Career Options (twice a year)
Canada's top employment magazine for students and job seekers that includes vital career search tips from experts. This magazine is available in print format and is FREE to be picked up at CaPS.
- Jobpostings Magazine (Regular - 8 times/year, Grad School Planning - twice/year, Disability - twice/year)
Canadian magazine that gives you entry-level, full-time, part-time, internship opportunities and career tips.
- Canadian Student Magazine (Twice a year)
Designed for students, graduates and professionals seeking comprehensive and relevant information about educational and experiential program options abroad and in Canada.
- Transitions Abroad
The e-guide to learning, living and working overseas in Latin America, Asia, Europe and more.
- QS Top MBA Career Guide
The QS Top MBA Career Guide is the leading print publication for MBA candidates and graduates who are looking to further their career with an MBA qualification.
- Entrepreneur Startups Magazine (3 times a year)
Tips, news and insider news to help starting your own business
- University Affairs (10 times a year)
Canada's magazine and career resource for higher education. Individual subscription is free to people who work or study at an AUCC (Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada) member institution, including McGill University. For free digital edition: FREE subscription. Website: University Affairs
- The Chronicle of Higher Education
The leading source of news, information, and jobs for college and university faculty members and administrators. The online newspaper is accessible at the McGill Library
- Canada's Top 100 Employers
Guide to leading organizations in Canada - top employers for young people, best diversity employers, top small and medium employers, and top employers in Montreal, Toronto, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and BC.