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WorkInTexas.com - Service Overview

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WorkInTexas.com is a comprehensive online job search resource and matching system developed and maintained by the Texas Workforce Commission. It provides recruiting assistance to Texas employers of all types and sizes, and job search assistance to any individual seeking work in Texas.

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WorkInTexas.com serves employers and job seekers, and it is the primary tool used to implement the Employment Service (ES) program. WorkInTexas.com is provided at no cost, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and seeks to match qualified job seekers with potential job opportunities, online and in real time, by comparing things like work experience, skills, abilities, education and other factors.

Employers can post jobs, search résumés, recruit candidates, get labor market information, and receive a variety of other services online and also via a network of Workforce Solutions offices throughout the state.

Individuals seeking a new job, different job, or an additional job can post their résumé, search job listings (including Texas state agency jobs), obtain employer contact information to apply for jobs, get information about the job market, and receive a variety of other services online and also via Workforce Solutions offices throughout the state.

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Authority & Funding

WorkInTexas.com is Texas’ labor exchange (i.e., job matching) system as mandated by the Wagner-Peyser Act, and operates in cooperative effort with National Labor Exchange, the national labor exchange system.

WorkInTexas.com is governed by the following laws and regulations:

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Tips & Guides

The Employment Service Guide includes policies and procedures for WorkInTexas.com. Other related guidance is provided in Workforce Development (WD) Letters.

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