The Department of Career Services has Career Centers all across the state which offer Employment Counseling, Vocational Testing, Job Placement and Support Services. If you are a Trade-eligible individual who would like help in finding a new job you can access services at a Career Center to develop a Career Plan. If needed, this may include a plan for you to attend a training program to gain new skills which may help you find a new job at a salary comparable to your previous job.
The list of Career Centers in Massachusetts can be found here .
Program Benefits for TAA Eligible Workers
Below are the two outlines of TAA benefits for Trade-affected workers according to relevant petition numbers. If you are a worker whose petition number is 69,999 or lower or 80,000 or higher, you may be eligible for TAA benefits under the 2002 Amendments.
If you are a worker whose petition number is between 70,000 and 79,999 then you may be eligible under the 2009 Amendments.
If you are a worker whose petition number starts at 81,000 to 84,999 then you may be eligible under the 2011 Amendments. For more detailed information, click below under the appropriate petition number that you may qualify for the TAA-benefits.
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