America's Virtual OneStop is more than just another job board. Whether you're searching for a new job, continuing your education, researching labor market information, or ready to find a new career, America's Virtual OneStop offers fast access to a complete set of tools in one website.
One Stop Workforce (OSW) is the first comprehensive workforce solution meeting the 21st century labor market demands. This market-based, multi-cluster, robust solution provides complete set of tools to its users (job seekers, employers, training providers, career coaches/counselors, and managing agency officials) to achieve their goals through one dashboard. After our extensive research of the existing systems available ...more »
Career Connections from Goodwill of Southern Nevada connects job seekers with employers. Users can search for jobs throughout the state and apply online. Additional features include the ability to easily create professional resumes, find suitable training, assess skills, and research labor market information.
This report was designed to be used by WorkSource Center claimant reemployment staff when working with Unemployment Insurance claimants. WorkSource staff can print and give this report to claimants so that claimants leave with useful labor market information about their specific occupation, in a short, easy to use format.
The Labor Market Information (LMI) portal in the Virginia Workforce Connection website offers job seekers an easy-to-use web-based interface for exploring career information. Occupational profiles are available for thousands of jobs, and they pull together a wealth of information into one convenient place. Some of the things that each profile includes are the currently available jobs in our job bank, training programs, ...more »
The Source is the most comprehensive and user-friendly source of available jobs and labor market data in the state. The interactive system contains an extensive database of jobs, updated daily, from several private job boards, corporate websites, and those listed through the department. Job seekers can search using several criteria including geography, keywords, occupational group, salary, education, and date posted. ...more »