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Job Seeker Resources

CareerOneStop

CareerOneStop is a government based website for the U.S. Department of Labor. Here you can find information on careers, training, and job search. The website serves job seekers, businesses, students, and career advisors with a variety of free online tools, information, and resources.

Explore Careers
Find Training
Job Search
Find Local Help

Hiring Fairs

To help the region’s employers with specific recruiting and hiring demands, Workforce Solutions’ Business Services team coordinates a number of customized hiring fairs throughout the year. These fairs are created for employers across all industries and may be held at the employer’s worksite or at one of our workforce centers. Check out our main calendar for listings or call 1-866-765-5038 for region updates or visit www.workintexas.com.

Job Search Seminar

Have you worked for one employer for years, only to find yourself laid-off and returning to an entirely new job market? Or perhaps you are a first-time job seeker and having a tough time maneuvering through the employment process? We have just what you need to jumpstart your new career!
Most Wednesdays from 9am – 12pm, we host a Job Search Seminar to help prepare you for the job search process by helping you understand:

  • Which of the region’s occupations are considered most in-demand
  • The average occupational salaries paid in the region
  • Which of these occupations best suits your strengths, skills and abilities
  • How to plan for your career change
  • Tips to creating a highly effective resume and acing the job interview
  • Resources to help you find available jobs in the region
Call our Lubbock Workforce Solutions office more information about our Job Search Seminars and to find out about available dates and/or sign up. You can also print the registration slip here and hand it to any staff member at the Career Center, 1218-14th Street, Lubbock.

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Get the job seeking process started by creating an outstanding resume. Here are some tips to build a new resume.

What Do You Want To Do For A Living?
The U.S. Department of Labor launched this new website to help you plan your career. Customize your search by Careers, Industries or by personal interests and skills at http://www.mynextmove.org/.