Helpful Resources for Employment

Additional Job Support Statewide
  • Career Options
    Find a career that is right for you! Learn about hundreds of occupations and their requirements by accessing Ohio’s labor market index.
  • Career OneStop
    Explore career paths and the future demand for occupations here.
  • Ohio Attorney General - Jobs and Business Opportunity Tips
    Learn to recognize scams that claim to offer job or business opportunities when you see them.
  • Ohio Attorney General - Job Opportunity Scams Quick Tips
    Download a PDF version of the Ohio Attorney General's publication on recognizing and avoiding scam job opportunities.
  • Ohio Healthcare Job Center
    Online access to careers in the healthcare industry. Job seekers can apply for specific jobs listed on this site and store or edit their application materials.
  • OhioMeansJobs
    Search thousands of Ohio job postings and internships, post your resume and learn how you can access tax assistance.
  • Ohio Secretary of State - Small Business Assistance
    Are you thinking of starting your own small business? Do you need assistance in developing a strategic business plan, obtaining a loan and gaining access to other resources?
  • Ohio Workforce Informer
    Interactive website for students, job seekers, employers and analysts. If you’re looking for current information, statistics or employment resources, this site is for you!
  • O*Net Online
    The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.
  • Services for Laid-Off Workers
    You’ve recently been laid off. What steps do you take now? Find out what services and resources are available for laid-off workers.
  • U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training
    Locate information about job training and dislocated worker programs provided through local, state and government agencies.
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is pleased to announce a new website for the state’s unemployed workers.