Department of Labor & Workforce Development

One-Stop Career Center Services

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New Jersey’s One-Stop Career Centers provide integrated services to workers, career seekers, and employers to help match candidates with a variety of opportunities.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic all One-Stop Career Centers are closed to in-person visits. However, NJDOL will continue to provide these critical services online, via email, and by phone.

Please note: These virtual services do not include additional unemployment claim support. For help with a new or existing unemployment claim, click here.

Job seekers who are veterans receive priority referrals to jobs and training, as well as special employment services and assistance. In addition, we provide specialized attention and service to individuals with disabilities, migrant and seasonal farm workers, justice-involved individuals, youth, and older workers.

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Jobseekers: Submit a request for career service support.

Use our online form to let us know how we can help you.

Please note: Our One-Stop Career Center staff are not able to provide unemployment claim support. For help with a new or existing unemployment claim, click here.

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Employers: We can help you find the right talent.

Our Business Services Representatives provide concierge-like services, connecting employers with our statewide network of resources and referrals.

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Need to update your resume?

The number one tip for getting a resume past a screener and into the hands of a hiring manager is to customize it for the job you're targeting. We have expert tips to help yours make the cut.

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Brush up your interviewing skills.

Thoughtful preparation for an interview can set you apart as the "candidate of choice" for a potential employer. Here's how to get ready.

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Make the most of social media.

Social media has become a common way to interact with friends, family and even employers. Find out how Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn can be important tools in your job search.

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Complete your re-employment orientation.

For the health and safety of customers and staff, we are providing the Re-Employment Services and Eligibility Assessment (RESEA) program using a new remote process.

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Explore apprenticeship opportunities.

You can earn while you learn - and not just in construction trades. Registered apprenticeship combines formal instruction with a paid, on-the-job learning program.

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Connect with an Equal Opportunity Officer.

For more information about equal opportunity laws or to file an EO complaint, reach out to one of our specialists.

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