Kentucky is proud of its quality workforce and we have the resources to help you land that perfect job.
Kentucky is a great place to find employment! The Kentucky Career Center offers assistance in focusing employment possibilities, filing unemployment claims or accessing existing claims, as well as in-person assistance.
Find immediate fill classes, interim job opportunities, co-op and intern programs, and career opportunities. Information is available on opportunities (merit, non-merit, internships), salary schedules, and benefits, as well as how to apply for jobs.
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Kentucky strives to
assist citizens with disabilities to find employment and independence, offering employment programs, employer services, and vocational training centers.
Through various efforts and partnerships, finding suitable employment is possible.
Kentucky Career Center offers information on unemployment benefits & claims as well as many services for job seekers.
Since we are competing in a global marketplace, the importance of workforce training has never been greater.
The Kentucky Skills Network gives workers the necessary training to compete globally. The goal is to meet and exceed industry needs for customized, flexible and industry-driven skills training by tailoring skills training for new, expanding and existing companies.
Tech Ready Apprentices for Careers in Kentucky (TRACK) program provides pre-apprenticeship opportunities to secondary students. This is an industry-driven program that creates a worker pipeline for employers and provides students with postsecondary job opportunities and apprenticeship training.
The Kentucky Skills Network strives to ensure the Commonwealth’s workplace is a safe and healthy environment. That’s why the Kentucky Skills Network provides free safety and health training to employers and employees.
The Workers' Compensation Specialist program to further assist the public as a low-cost means to resolve disputes as to entitlement to benefits and expedite delivery of service to injured workers.
Employment Information and State Employee Resources
Find up-to-date information on Adoption Benefits, Deferred Compensation, Health Insurance, Holidays and Leave, Life Insurance, Optional Insurance, Pay, Retirement, Workers' Compensation Insurance.
View immediate fill classes, interim job opportunities, co-op and intern programs, and career opportunities. Information is available on opportunities (merit, non-merit, internships), salary schedules, and benefits, as well as how to apply for jobs.