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Directory of Workforce Solutions Offices & Services

Find a Workforce Solutions Office Near You!

TWC’s 28 Workforce Development Board's have over 180 offices around the state. Type in your zip code below and select a service type to find the office closest to you.

Workforce Solutions Offices offer one-on-one services that help workers find and keep good jobs, and help employers hire the skilled workers they need to grow their businesses.

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Find the office nearest you that provides a full array of job posting and placement services, up-to-date information on the labor market and emerging occupations, recruiting, retention, and training assistance, tax and hiring incentives, and more.

  

Find the office nearest you that provides job placement services including access to thousands of job postings, job search resources, training programs and help with exploring career options, resumé and application preparation, career development, and more.

  

Child Care is a support service for parents who work, attend school, or participate in job training. Those eligible for child care assistance include children under the age of 13 whose parents are receiving or transitioning off public assistance or whose families are low-income.

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