Arkansas Unemployment Job Training
Updated : June 18th, 2019
Whether you’re searching for a job or want to explore education & training, Arkansas Works can help streamline your search!
Deciding what you want to do with your life can be an overwhelming decision. Going to college, enrolling in career and technical training programs, finding your dream job, or starting your own business are all possibilities. This Web site has tools and information to help you make informed decisions.
Below are the links where employers post job openings:
An Arkansas JobLink Jobseeker account provides the ability to:
- Conduct a Job Search
- Build an on-line Resume
- Research Career Information
- Register with Job Service
- File an Unemployment Claim
- Receive emails on new job openings
- Access additional details and Jobseeker services
The State of Arkansas is divided into ten local workforce investment areas based on common geographic and economic factors. Each area contains at least one comprehensive service center and many other affiliate service centers.
All the Workforce Investment Areas offer the opportunity to evaluate your skills and interests, as well as provide a computer lab where you can sharpen skills you want to develop. And you can learn about all kinds of resources out there to help in your search for employment.
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