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Recently Unemployed

There are many things you need to do and think about as you face a period of unemployment. It is easy to
feel overwhelmed. Keep it simple and take a step at a time. There is help.

It is important that you become aware of the services that are available to you.

Through the One-Stop you can obtain information on topics such as:
- job search assistance
- job referral
- local area job openings
- resume assistance
- job training

 You may be eligible for one-on-one assistance, group career workshops, and other services, such as:
- skills assessment
- resume writing software
- help in planning how to get back to work
- one-on-one job counseling

Training services may be available to you. The One-Stop Job Market will have a list of training programs, descriptions, and costs to help guide you in the decision making process. If you qualify for help, you will have access to a broad range of training services, such as:
- occupational skills training
- on-the-job training
- skills improvement
- GED preparation
- English as a second language (ESL)
- math and reading training

In addition to the information above, consider looking at the website www.mynextmove.org. You will find a wealth of information there to help you.