The Office of Workforce Development (OWD) offers a variety of services, provided by county, state, and various partners, to people seeking employment.
OhiomeansJobsCenters offer resource rooms with access to computers, office equipment, job-related workshops, supportive services, individual training accounts, and other activities.
Did You Know?
G.H. in Warren County wanted to
be a truck driver, but lacked the requirements for this career.
With help from his local center, he obtained his CDL "Class A" license with all endorsements, and now has several employment options.
Individuals with Disabilities and Employment links to resources and external sites.
Labor Market Information has tools and information on wages, expected openings, and training options for occupations in Ohio.
Local Workforce Services. Partial listing of services offered at OhioMeansJobs Centers.
OhioMeansJobs.com is a free site where you can post your resume so employers can find you; search for job openings and internships; view job fairs; and register for workshops.
Youth services are provided through our OhioMeansJobs centers to low-income youth, ages 14-24 who face barriers to employment.
Unemployment Insurance website has information for job seekers to file a claim and employers to file their unemployment taxes.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) provides services to help low-income youth, adults, and dislocated workers in finding and keeping a sustainable job.
Last Update: 03/30/2016