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Network With Other Professionals

Find opportunities easily through these training tools which enable you to keep your skills current. Review available resources regarding training seminars, educational enhancement tools, and training institutes near you.
  • Locate Workforce Associations - Career Resource Library
    Find workforce development associations and explore the professional development and networking benefits of membership.
  • Explore Future Events - CareerOneStop Connections
    View upcoming workshops and other events of interest to workforce professionals. Meet your colleagues in person!
  • Find Nearby American Job Centers and Other Service Providers - America's Service Locator
    Find other workforce professionals locally and across that nation. Share ideas and resources to help serve your clients.
  • Call toll free "1-877-US-2JOBS" with questions about employment and job search services and site locations. Phone services are available in most languages and the hearing impaired should call 1-877-889-5627.
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Upgrade Your Skills

It is never too late to increase your career-related knowledge and learning through education. Make informed learning decisions with these resources, which include educational assessments, research, and distance and online learning opportunities.
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Keep Up With Trends

It is important to keep up with new and current developments in your industry. Learn about the latest trends in workforce development, Federal initiatives, and labor market information.
  • Workforce Credentials Information Center - CareerOneStop
    Start or advance your career with credentials that document and verify your workplace skills, knowledge, and experience. Translate military skills and experience into credentials to obtain civilian skills.
  • Code Jobs Quickly and Easily - O*NET
    The O*NET Code Connector was developed to assist workforce professionals code jobs. The O*NET Code Connector uses the O*NET database to help you determine the correct occupational code for your job order.
  • Workforce Development - Department of Labor
    Search our research database for abstracts, articles and reports related to workforce development. Link directly to articles on:
  • Learn More About the Workforce Investment Act - U.S. Department of Labor
    The ETA Workforce Community is your gateway to information on the Workforce Investment Act and to resources for various customer groups.
  • Locate Your State's WIA Eligible Training Providers - CareerOneStop
    Find out which training providers are eligible for funds under the Workforce Investment Act.
  • Browse State Career Resources - America's Career InfoNet
    Connect with workforce development and labor websites in your state.
  • Access State Profiles - America's Career InfoNet
    Locate state-specific demographic resources, occupation rankings, largest employers, licensing information, and state programs. Link to additional state web resources.
  • Link to State Career Information Delivery Systems - America's Career InfoNet
    Most states have developed online systems to provide career and labor market information.
  • Check Out the Spanish Version of the O*NET Database - O*NET
    A Spanish version of the O*NET 4.0 database has been created to facilitate incorporation of O*NET information into Spanish language occupational information systems and applications.
  • Check out Performance Outcomes - U.S. Department of Labor
    The Performance and Results portal is a resource for the workforce system, and focuses on the performance outcomes of the various Employment and Training Administration workforce programs.
  • Navigate the Workforce ATM - National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA)
    Search for workforce news and legislation, information on the workforce investment system, links to other valuable resources, and more.
  • Research Federal Initiatives - U.S. Department of Labor
    Access Federal programs, planning resources, budget and grant information, policy and research, and more from the Employment and Training Administration, U.S. Department of Labor.
  • Explore State Labor Market Information Pages - America's Career InfoNet
    Look for additional labor market information. Discover the resources your state provides for analysis and career guidance.
  • Connect with National Labor Market Information - America's Career InfoNet
    Federal agencies provide additional labor market information you may find valuable.
  • Explore General Labor Market Information Resources - America's Career InfoNet
    Investigate other information resources.
  • Find Labor Market Information - CareerOneStop
    Learn about other labor market resources available in CareerOneStop.
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More Information

Here are some other relevant links concerning workforce development, including a variety of government initiatives and informative publications.
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