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Find wage and occupational demand information and discover available career opportunities. Students and job seekers can also explore available education and training programs throughout the state.
Providing comprehensive career information, resources and services to help you make successful education and career decisions. The Idaho Career Information System (CIS) has moved to the Idaho State Board of Education office, and the Next Steps Idaho website.
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Set career goals, develop work plans, and learn the secrets of a good interview. Discover the best, most current ways to use the Internet and social media to look for work.
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Network with other people looking for work and learn new job search skills. Find out what employers are looking for from guest speakers representing specific industries.
Explore career opportunities, find educational programs, scholarships and financial aid. Review the job descriptions, wages and educational requirements of hundreds of occupations.
Having trouble finding a job? We may be able to help! Adults and youth who meet certain criteria may be eligible for support services to assist with getting a GED, on-the-job training, education or tutoring resources, finding employment and much more.
Idahoans who lose their jobs due to plant closures when a manufacturer shifts production to countries outside the U.S. may be eligible for retraining services and reemployment opportunities.
Find out what Priority of Service means and what kind of employment benefits are available to veterans and their families. Meet one of 17 veteran representatives located throughout the state.
Unemployment benefits provide temporary financial assistance to Idaho workers unemployed through no fault of their own. File a new or continued claim and find out more about the process.
Idaho is committed to ensuring farmworkers know what laws protect their rights to fair wages and working conditions.
Volunteering is a great way to keep your skills current and stay connected to the workplace.
All workers should know what to expect in the workplace. Learn what laws Idaho employers must follow including paying the minimum wage and safety requirements.
The Idaho Human Rights Commission administers Idaho’s anti-discrimination laws in the workplace and during the hiring process.
An apprenticeship is a formal method of on-the-job training in a skilled occupation, craft or trade. Dozens of employers, schools and other sponsors have apprenticeship programs.
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