If you fit into one of these groups, you may be eligible for special services to help you find a job.
Unemployment Benefit Recipients
Transitional Assistance Recipients
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA)
Multilingual services and sign language assistance are available upon request. Adaptive software and equipment are available at One-Stop Career Centers.
Since January 2007, the network of 33 One-Stop Career Centers across the state have provided services to more than 1.4 million job seekers and over 81,200 employers, successfully placing approximately 650,000 individuals into jobs. Of the total customers served (1.4M), 765,863 were UI claimants, 77,787 were veterans, and 77,982 were individuals with self-identified disabilities. Last year, about 100K job seekers who visited the One-Stop Career Centers found employment.
The first five testimonials are from job seekers who used specific career center services during their job search. The last video features Chris Brennan, Executive Director of The Career Place in Woburn.
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