Are You Looking for a Job or Training?
Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration supports several resources to assist job seekers with finding employment and access to training.
- Visit CareerOneStop as your first source for career exploration, training, job search, local help and resources. Find and contact your local American Job Center to talk with a counselor and learn what resources are available to help in your search.
- Get help figuring out what career is best for you to pursue with the My Next Move tool.
- Find training to improve your skills.
- Explore apprenticeships that will pay you an income while you participate in training that leads to an industry recognized certificate of completion.
- Check out tailored employment resources for veterans, separating service members and their spouses to obtain meaningful career and employment resources.
- Young adults 16 to 24 years of age may qualify for Job Corps, the nation’s largest free, residential career training and education program.
- Do you need to apply for unemployment benefits? Each state administers their own Unemployment Insurance program.
Improving your employment prospects
- Prepare your resume.
- Set up informational interviews.
- Establish networking contacts.
- Research potential employers.
Search for jobs
Want more guidance?
Try the How-to Guide: Find a job now for in-depth steps for your job search