EPISODE 031 – 7 Secrets to Accelerating Your Job Search


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In today’s episode, Lissa shares:

  • How you can gain more confidence in your job search.
  • How to be more informed about the current job market.
  • How to seek greater opportunities for advancement in your career.

Lissa began WeApply Canada after realising that many talented and capable people were missing out on opportunities as they were unable to represent themselves properly in the job market. Lissa has established a successful career in the Canadian public service where she has been promoted several times. She now wants to help others with their next career move. Through WeApply Canada, Lissa is on a mission to support job seekers and professionals improve their marketability and enjoy more meaningful work. 

You can find Lissa online at www.weapply.ca and 




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Lissa Appiah

Lissa Appiah

Lissa is a Certified Career Strategist and the Founder of WeApply Canada. Since 2012, Lissa has helped hundreds of people land interviews and secure meaningful employment with well known employers such as the Government of Canada, RBC, TD Canada Trust, University of Ottawa, McGill University, IBM and more. 

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