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Job seeking resources

Start at your WorkForce Center

If you need a job, want a better job, or just want to know your options, start your search-at no cost- at your nearest WorkForce Center. Check out the WorkForce Center website at mn.gov/deed/wfc or call 1-888-GET-JOBS (1-888-438-5627).

Each WorkForce Center is equipped with Wi-Fi, computers, a fax machine, telephones, assistive technology, and helpful career tools. Use these resources to look for work, improve your resume, research employers, and find information about training and schools.

Classes on Job Search and Resume Writing are available - sign-up online at: mn.gov/deed/wfcworkshops

Besides attending a class, you can network with other job seekers or research the hot jobs of tomorrow. The services at your WorkForce Center can help you better manage your career decisions!

Continue your search online

MinnesotaWorks.net
www.MinnesotaWorks.net

Minnesota Works is the state's largest NO-FEE online job bank listing as many as 95,200 jobs in many industries and occupations. It is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You can upload, copy and paste, and build up to five resumes in your account. Innovative technology matches your resumes to job openings posted daily.

Career One Stop
www.careeronestop.org

CareerOneStop offers free tools and resources to help you explore careers, make education and training decisions, and search for jobs. Other tools include a training finder, a resume guide, a salary finder, occupation and industry profiles with local and national labor market information and more (including mobile apps).

Dislocated Worker Program
mn.gov/deed/dw

The Dislocated Worker Program offers free services to help laid off, eligible individuals find suitable re-employment. Services include career counseling, employability assessments, and options for training. Working with career counselors who know what employers need and are trained in the most up-to-date job search techniques help reduce job seekers’ stress and uncertainty.

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