Use a few hours each week to:
- think about the job your want
- research employers
- update your resume
- reconnect with network contacts
- practice interview skills
- learn a new work skill
- enroll in an accredited job training or college program
If you do one or two things a week, within a few months you will be confident and ready to make your next career move.
Everyone needs support when looking for work or advancing in their career. For free assistance and resources, go to your local American Job Center, One-Stop or WorkForce Center.
Services at America’s Job Centers vary, but often include free and low cost:
- Computers with Internet access and free printing
- Current local job listings
- Hiring events
- Job training services
- Unemployment insurance information
- Labor market information
- Employment workshops
- Supportive services (SNAP, financial assistance, Medicaid, child care, emergency funds, and other benefits)
- Referrals to community resources and other agencies
More about American Job Centers.
Public libraries often have free workshops to help job seekers and small business owners. Click here to find your local library. Check the library’s website for their schedule of job seeker events.
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- Why You Need Plan B, C, D & F
- How College Career Centers Help You
- Why You Need A Career Coach