Job & Family Services Office of Workforce Development
Ohio's Local Workforce System for Workforce Professionals
Ohio's workforce system combines training and job placement services statewide. Providers share space and resources in OhioMeansJobs centers, integrate their services, and work together to provide efficient, easily accessible workforce services for individuals and businesses.
Each OhioMeansJobs Center is staffed by required partners and voluntary partners who share in the costs of the facility and the availability of workforce services.
OhioMeansJobs Centers are available in every county in Ohio.
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The following information and links provide additional resources for workforce professionals who want to know more about the workforce system: 
  1. The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is an agreement negotiated by local workforce development board and partners to establish roles, responsibilities, services, and shared operating costs.
  2. Serving Individuals with Disabilities - OhioMeansJobs centers provide access to services and equipment such as screen readers and enlargers. 
  3. State Training for Workforce Professionals - Technical assistance including in-person and online training.


Last reviewed: 02/21/2019