• Job Hunting: Information to Help You

    Dedicated job counselors can work with you on your job search, help you write your resume, access online job banks, connect you with hiring employers, recommend training to upgrade your skills and more.
  • Career Planning

    Research career, job and employment options in a variety of industries and locations. Career research tools for career changers, as well as those just starting to explore career options.
  • Online Services

    In addition to the Career Center services provided by the 34 One-Stop Career Centers across the Commonwealth, job seekers have access to these online resources to assist them in finding a job:

  • Trade for Job Seekers

    Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) provides benefits to workers who lose their jobs, or whose hours of work and wages are reduced as a result of increased imports, or whose jobs were exported offshore. As "trade-affected workers". The TAA program benefits include a variety of reemployment services designed to help trade-affected workers prepare for and obtain suitable employment.

  • Veterans' Programs and Services

    Dedicated veterans' representatives help veterans transition to civilian work by developing a comprehensive job and training plan.