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Task Force recommendations to improve employment for people facing chronically higher rates of unemployment.
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Tens of thousands of minimum wages workers will get a raise.
Career Centers connect job seekers with employers. Find one near you!
Last year, 100,000 job seekers who visited a Career Center found a job. Online tools, workshops and other services are available.
PC training and other training opportunities may be available to enhance your skills, opening you to more job opportunities.
Experienced counselors can help you assess your skills, explore new careers and recommend training to upgrade your skills.
Career Centers hold on-site recruitments and job fairs monthly, connecting job seekers with employers.
Local vet reps provide Priority of Service to returning veterans to help them transfer their skills to civilian work.
Career Centers provide businesses with a variety of services. Contact your local Business Service Representative for a free consultation.
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