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Georgia Unemployment Job Training

After identifying own interests, skills and abilities, and exploring the labor market, additional education or training may be required in order to reach career goals. Learn about education and training programs in Georgia, in addition to sources of financial assistance.

Though the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) does not operate training programs directly, it works closely with many partners who provide both short-and long-term occupational training and education programs. Career Advisors can give information about training resources and education that can help claimants meet their employment goals.

Resources for Exploring Career Options and Planning Your Job Search

Resources What they do
Resource Guide for Job Seekers Use this for finding a job or a new career less frightening and more productive.
Learn About Résumé Writing Discover the tips and techniques employment professionals use to write winning resumes.
Georgia LaborMarket Explorer Link to this dynamic and interactive information system that contains a wide range of information about the labor market and economic conditions for Georgia and local areas.
The Riley Guide A directory of links to employment and career information resources and services on the Internet including a “What’s New” and an A-Z index.
Career Resource Library Link to other Internet resources on Career Exploration, Job Search, Education and Training, and Business and Employment.
Advancing Your Career Find U.S. Department of Labor programs that help workers in all stages of their job and career development.
CareerOneStop Use this workforce development portal to connect to relevant links, resources, and services for job seekers, employers, and workforce professionals. This online supplement to the book “What Color is Your Parachute?” provides practical information and includes an extensive library of articles.

Questions & Answers

  1. Gale Shallow says:

    Does Georgia offer job skills training reimbursement for individuals who get laid off from their job? If so where is that information published?

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