Job Resources

Looking for employment help?

Check out these resources!

Job Searching Tips – Check out these tips for performiimagesCAPG5NXWng an effective job search.

Unemployment Benefits Information – These are the instructions for applying for unemployment benefits in Wisconsin. For more information and to apply online access:

Career Cruising – Welcome to Career Cruising, your place for comprehensive career guidance.  Are you a student trying to figure out what you want to do after high school? Are you an adult looking to make a career leap?  Career Cruising will help guide you in the right direction.

LearningExpress Library – A collection of web-based skill-building materials including résumé, interview, and popular software (Word, Excel, Power Point) tutorials.

Job Seeker Collection – A collection of resources for job seekers put together by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Free Online Learning – Want to continue your education without the price tag? Check out these free websites dedicated to bringing free online learning to everyone. Learn how to use the computer, learn a new language, and much, much more!

Free Resume Builder – is a free website that walks you through building your resume.  When you are finished, you can select which format you would like to save your resume in.  You can also create an account to be able to access your resume at any time.

Additional Unemployment Support – Need some additional help from other service organizations in the area? Click for information on Food Pantries, Health Resources, Financial Consulting, Job Networking and more.

Social Media and the Job Search

Facebook Fact Sheet for Job Seekers – Learn how to utilize Facebook during your job search.

Twitter Fact Sheet for Job Seekers – Learn how to utilize Twitter during your job search.

Job Events at the Library

Get that Job!

Upcoming Dates:
Tuesday, February 21, from 11:30-12:15
Tuesday, March 7, from 11:00-12:00
Tuesday, April 25, from 11:00-12:00

Need some advice finding your dream job? Join a representative from the Workforce Development Center and get assistance with your job search and career aspirations, including help with: Resumes, Cover Letters, Job Applications, Interviewing, Job and Career Aspirations. Just drop in, no need to register. For more information, call the library at 262-375-5315.