Getting back to work: Resources for job seekers – Tucson, Arizona

Tucson, Arizona 2021-05-04 14:06:57 –

Governor Doug Ducey recently withdrew the exemption from job-seeking requirements for those receiving unemployment benefits.

Starting the week of May 23, Arizonas who receive UI payments must prove that they are actively looking for a job in order to continue to receive benefits from the Arizona Department of Economic Security.

Relation: Ducey withdraws order to waive job-seeking requirements for unemployed beneficiaries
So who are you hiring? What resources are available to Pima County job seekers? Start here, as described on the Pima County website.

  • Pima Works: Pima County One-Stop, a division of the Community & Workforce Development Department, boosts the local economy by providing individuals with a wide range of career advancement opportunities while providing a wide range of services to the business community. Try starting a relocated worker hotline: 520-724-5735.
  • Pima County One Stop Job Board: A list of job listings from Pima County companies, updated monthly by Pima County One Stop.
  • Arizona Hospitality Workforce Connection: A list of hospitality jobs and suggestions from employers who are urgently seeking those skills.
  • AZ Retail Careers: Retail workers can find jobs, skills training and educational opportunities.
  • Pipeline AZ: Search for jobs in the Tucson area and throughout the state.
  • USAJobs.gov: Upload your resume and look for a job in the federal government.
  • KGUN9 Job Search: A list of jobs available in Southern Arizona using Indeed.

Here’s the latest KGUN9 story about the jobs and jobs you need in Arizona:

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