Career Center Services - Overview
One-Stop Career Centers located across the state provide a full array of employment and training related services for workers, youth and businesses under one roof, including onsite services provided by a network of mandatory Workforce Investment Act (WIA) partners. Career Centers offer job seekers a full range of assistance under one roof.
Jobseekers: Are you a jobseeker, laid off worker, youth, veteran, disabled individual or just wanting to get a better job? Do you need assistance in resume writing, training for new job skills, paying for training, preparing for job interviews, preparing for the GED exam, job referrals, counseling, or veterans services?
Employers: Can we provide assistance to you in writing job descriptions, accessing resumes, posting jobs, creating strategies for recruitment and interviewing? Explore the possibilities right here.
Search for job fairs in your area or across the state and/or post an upcoming event.
Job Search / Post Resume
Nebraska's NEworks is a self-service tool for job seekers and employers. Job Seekers may easily build a resume, search, and apply for jobs from home or a Career Center. Employers may post job openings, search the active resumes, and contact potential employees. NEworks is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Register for Employment Services
Unempl. Benefits Change
Coming August 20: All claims except claims involving wages paid by the military or the federal government or wages earned in other states should be filed online unless you need a special accommodation or technical assistance. Call the Claims Center if you are unable to complete your claim online.
The Good Life for Veterans
The Good Life for Veterans recruiting campaign is focused on meeting Nebraska's workforce needs through attracting military veterans and their families from other states to move to Nebraska.
NE Nebraska Labor Study
The Nebraska Departments of Economic Development and Labor announced findings from the Northeast Nebraska Labor Availability Study. Survey results show an estimated 116,500 potential job seekers in the area.