Career Development. Thinking about a career change? There are programs that can help people figure out what is available, where skills exist, and provide information on the labor market and trendsEmployers. Useful information and resources for employers. Find sites where job posts can be made, tax incentives for employing people from certain target areas, and prepare for a layoffEmployment Rights. Questions about your rights as a worker - related to harassment, denial of equal pay for equal work, etc?Enhance Skills. Find resources to improve your skills, knowledge, and expertise
EducationTraining and Employment ProgramsEntrepreneurs. Time to start your own business?Facing a Layoff. Facing a layoff in the future? Prepare nowJob Search. Search for jobs in the private and public sectors
Comprehensive Disability Related Employment ProgramsComputer and Related Technology ClassesDisplaced Worker Employment ProgramsEx-Offender Employment ProgramsImmigrant/Refugee Employment ProgramsJob CorpsJob RetrainingJob Training Expense AssistanceSenior Community Service Employment ProgramsSupported EmploymentTicket to Work/Self Sufficiency ProgramVeteran Employment ProgramsVocational RehabilitationWorkplace Evaluation/Modification
Comprehensive Job Assistance CentersJob InformationJob Interview TrainingJob Search/PlacementPublic LibrariesResume Preparation AssistanceWork ClothingWork Related Fee Payment AssistanceNetworking. Connect with others who have similar business or job-related interestsOther Needs. Employment needs can seem all consuming. What other needs might there be like food, housing, or health care?
FoodHealth CareSupport and Counseling. Connect with peers or counselors around employment and retirement issues
Community ClinicsHealth Insurance MarketplacesPrivate ClinicsState/Local Health Insurance Information/CounselingHousing
Transportation. Need information about getting to and from work or interviews?MORE TOPICS
Ride programsTransportation Expense AssistanceUnemployment Benefits. Unemployment Insurance provides temporary benefits to qualified people out of work through no fault of their own
State Unemployment Insurance Appeals/ComplaintsTaxpayer Information LinesUnemployment Insurance Benefits AssistanceApply for benefitsVolunteer. Volunteering gives people a chance to keep job skills sharp, learn new skills, explore new opportunities, and share your talents
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- Specialists are also available by phone:
- Senior LinkAge Line®: 800-333-2433
- Disability Hub MN: 866-333-2466
- Veterans Linkage Line™: 888-546-5838