Online resources for job seekers

If you are looking for a job in Minnesota or have jobs to offer in Minnesota, be sure to check out the MinnesotaWorks.net.

MinnesotaWorks.net is a service provided by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) and supported by employer tax dollars. There is no fee to use this service.

MinnesotaWorks.net is an Internet-based self-service system where employers and job seekers can find each other.

Job seekers can post up to five resumes to be searched by employers.  They can also search for job openings and be contacted by e-mail when new job postings meeting their search criteria are found by the system.

Employers can post job openings.  They can also search for job candidates,        recruit job seekers online, and elect to receive emails when new resumes are found that match their requirements.

If you are looking for jobs in the Minnesota state government, check out this website. The State of Minnesota is the largest employer in Minnesota. There are career opportunities in more than 100 agencies in locations throughout the state.

Occupations in Demand (OID), found on PositivelyMinnesota.com is a useful  tool to use in your job search. With this tool you can research available jobs in your area.

Occupational Employment and Wages (OES) is another great tool used to find the typical wages for careers in a specific county or region in Minnesota. This tool is updated quarterly with statistics from employers.

If you are interested in future job fairs, click here to find one in your area.

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