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Frequently asked questions about finding a job

Q.

How can WorkSource help me find a job?

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WorkSource offices throughout the state offer:

  • Internet access to thousands of local jobs,
  • Computerized job matching and direct referral to job leads,
  • Personal computers to update your resume and write cover letters,
  • Copiers and laser printers,
  • Local phone and fax machines to contact employers,
  • Résumé help, and
  • Interview resources.


Q.

I’m on unemployment right now. Can WorkSource help me get a job?

A.

Yes. WorkSource services are free, making it easier for unemployed people get back to work quickly.


Q.

I don’t have any experience. How do I get a job?

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We can help you improve your skills, find job matches and get job training. Contact your local WorkSource office to find out about workshops in your area that will help you prepare to find a job.


Q.

How do I move from a job to a career?

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Work with us to assess your skills and interests, research the labor market and develop a plan for moving your career forward. Contact your local WorkSource office to learn more.


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Do I need a résumé to get a job?

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A résumé helps you get a job interview. Contact your local WorkSource office to learn how to prepare a quality résumé, practice effective interviewing skills and more.


Q.

Can someone at WorkSource help me use the computer?

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We’ll help you get started and make sure you know about additional computer-learning tools. Contact your local WorkSource office to learn more.



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