What Are Some Workforce Center Jobs in Minnesota?


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As of July 2015, jobs available in Minnesota through USAJOBS.gov include Medical Support Assistant, Advanced Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist and Office Automation Assistant. The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, the department that oversees state workforce centers, provides links to Minnesota job search websites, such as USAJOBS.gov.

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The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development also links to its own job search webpage at MinnesotaWorks.net. A search engine on this website enables users to define search results by radius mileage, job posting time frame and job type (for example, part-time and full-time). Users can choose the particular occupation that they want to search for. For example, state-wide legal jobs include Contract Negotiation Paralegal, Assistant District Attorney and Senior Real Estate Paralegal.

Although the MDEED Workforce Centers page does not list job opportunities, it does provide information on workforce center locations, networking and training. A workforce center location's page enables users to search for nearby centers by ZIP code. Individual centers can provide further information on job opportunities in their own specific areas.

Workforce centers in the state host numerous workshops and training sessions. These have, at one time or another, included Creative Job Search, 360 Career Success Skills and Applications, Resumes and Cover Letters - Computer Lab.

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