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North Carolina Unemployment Job Training

The Division of Workforce Solutions’ (formerly Employment Security) NC JobConnector, the official state Labor Exchange system. Whether you are an employer seeking to post and fill openings or a job seeker looking for suitable employment, you can take advantage of online job search, posting and referral services.

NC JobConnector is an automated system that matches job orders and job seekers based on job order requirements and job seeker’s experience.

Using NC JobConnector you can preview thousands of job openings throughout North Carolina. The unique auto matching feature cross references your experience, education and other qualifications helping to ensure you meet the employer’s basic qualifications.

NC State Employees Career Transition Center

The Division of Workforce Development and the Division of Employment Security (DES) within the Department of Commerce and the Office of State Personnel (OSP) have partnered to set up the State Employees’ Career Transition Center. Staffed by a dedicated transition team, a comprehensive variety of services including job search, resume writing, internet and computer access, interviewing skills and more is available at the Career Transition Center.

13 thoughts on “North Carolina Unemployment Job Training”

  1. Paul Rabaca says:

    What training options are there, when I am losing my position to company closing that position

    1. Sam says:

      Paul,

      Please visit the website below to know more about training options.

      https://des.nc.gov/des

  2. dennis says:

    I have just moved here from out of state and collect uib through the other state while seeking work here. yes I have completed the change of address,,my question is while collecting uib will unemployment fund my schooling for truck driving? theres seems to be a huge demand for cdl-a drivers and obviously it would be something needed to get a specific type of job.

    1. Martin says:

      No they will not fund courses. You may want to check with them to see if they have schooling related to truck driving as a sponsored course.

  3. Ashley says:

    Just graduated college, no luck in finding a job. Degree is in Sports Marketing. Open to a full time position in any career field. CPF certified, life guard for past 6 six years, life guard manager trained. Would like job in gym, YMCA, Aquatic center, banking, etc. Not picky.
    Interviewing skills would be helpful.
    Can you help? What do I need to do.

    1. Adrian says:

      Please get onto the website of the labor dept in your state. Use the link below to look and apply for jobs that suit your qualification.

      http://www.ncworks.gov

  4. Miranda says:

    I am 16 and currently looking for a full-time job I am leaving the household and no longer will be living with my parents. Could I be aided in finding a job or placed directly into one?

    1. Adrian says:

      Use the link below to find one.You can also search online using the keywords of the job you’re looking for. Feel free to write back for further assistance.

      http://www.oshr.nc.gov/jobs/

  5. travis luetjen says:

    can I get retrained in truck driving and do I have to see if I can get retrained by unemployment and help to pay for it.

    1. Adrian says:

      Travis,

      Please elaborate.Each state provides vocational and other training as a value add to its citizens.You may contact the customer service for more info on this.

  6. VENA BENNETT says:

    I WAS WONDERING IF AFTER I FINISH DRAWING AND STILL HAVE NOT FOUND A JOB WILL I BE ABLE TO GET AN EXTENSION OF MY BENIFITS?

    1. Lorraine says:

      I am now longer receiving any unemployment insurance however I still need some help in job training and trying to look for either a full time job or a second part time job…I am currently working part time about 20 hours a week but need more hours…I there anyone or a service that I can look into for some help

      1. Sam says:

        Please contact your local Unemployment Office for details surrounding existing programs relating to job training. I suggest you visit the department’s website to explore the options online. Below is the link.

        https://des.nc.gov/des

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