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Job Seekers


Orientation to Services Available Through AMERICAN JOB Centers


Labor Market and Career Information

Searching for jobs is easy! Need a résumé? Want employers to search for you? CareerConnections allows registered job seekers to build an online résumé that can be searched by employers that are hiring! Enter a keyword for the type of work you are seeking, desired location and click “Search”.

Reemployment Portal: Link your skills and talents to new occupations and industries!  Use labor market information to assist you with your career choices.


Assessment Tools

My Next Move: Learn more about your career options: explore tasks, skills, salary information, and more!

My Skills My Future: Identify occupations that require skills and knowledge similar to your current or previous job.

Announcing three more resources to assist workers in transition!

The "My Reemployment Plan" template is a generic, interactive job search guide, i.e., a "road map" of sorts, that can be adapted to the specific requirements and various economies of states and regions.  It outlines proven steps to successful reemployment in a 21st century job market

  • Where To Turn When You Become Unemployed - provides information on state, federal and local resources to help people who are unemployed and looking for work

  • “Worker ReEmployment: Pathways to Career Success” – Resources and Information - part of CareerOneStop,  a U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored web site that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals.


Rapid Response! 



On-the-Job Training (OJT) / Work-based Learning