Worksource Oregon - A workforce partnership of public and private organizations striving to help people find employment, improve skills, develop careers; helping businesses find and retain quality employees.
Department of Human Services - administers a number of programs that help low-income families and individuals reach an maintain self-sufficiency. The division provides benefits and services including cash assistance, Food Stamps, case management and help finding employment. It also helps clients who have found work to keep their jobs and advance to better positions. In addition, DHS determines eligibility for the Oregon Health Plan (OHP).
Mental Health Services of Douglas County - 24-hour crisis services available by calling 541-440-3532 or 1-800-866-9780.
Oregon Employment Department - Job listings and more!
Personnel and Management Services of Douglas County - Contains a list of current job openings available through Douglas County.
America's Job Bank - Career guidance & educational opportunities. Some job listings also.
Careerbuilder.com - Offers help with your resume, online job fairs, and job search feature, etc.
Job-hunt.org- A site that has received more than one award!
OSHA - Congress created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to assure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance.
EEOC - Visit this site if you want to learn more about what is being done to eliminate racial and national origin discrimination in the workplace.
Job and Employment Resources - Information and tips to help you find a job today.
Job Training Place - Training provides job seekers and workers with the opportunity to develop and enhance their skills and qualifications. Keeping your skills up-to-date in a world where technology is rapidly changing and expanding will enhance your employment opportunities.
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