Are you looking for a job and out of ideas?
Here are six fresh ideas to help you in your search.
Local Jobs Site – Work Where You Live
The Union County Chamber hosts JobsinUnionCounty.com to help connect local employers with potential employees. The site features both open positions and job fairs. Create a profile, upload your resume, and start searching today! Visit JobsinUnionCounty.com.
Workforce Readiness Course at South Piedmont Community College (SPCC)
SPCC offers education and training for individual success in the workplace and even waives tuition for individuals who are unemployed, underemployed, or who have received notice of layoff. Classes are 4 weeks long and teach a variety of skills to make you more employable. Go to https://tinyurl.com/spcccareerprep for more information.
NCWorks Career Centers
NCWorks offers services to help:
- Veterans overcome barriers to employment
- Dislocated workers in going back to work
- Job seekers with criminal records
- Individuals with disabilities
- Individuals who have limited English-speaking capabilities
- Young adults that need help in their careers
Each individual receives personalized assistance with center staff that will increase employment, retention, and meet skill requirements of employers. Our Union County Center is located at 1125 Skyway Dr in Monroe. Give them at call at (704)283-7541 to see how they can assist you.
Child Care Resources
Finding safe, reliable, and affordable childcare can be a challenge. Child Care Resources offers a database of licensed child care providers. Call (704)348-2181 or access the database online by visiting https://www.childcareresourcesinc.org/find-child-care
These companies work with employers and potential employees. Applying with a staffing agency can provide you with a more tailored experience to match your skills with employers who are hiring. Find a staffing agency that works with businesses right here in Union County on our member directory at https://tinyurl.com/UCStaffing.
Union County Public Library
Did you know that our local libraries offer FREE assistance to job seekers? They can help you write a cover letter, submit an application, or tweak your resume.
Call (704)283-8184 ext. 5245 to schedule a private meeting with a skilled library staff member.