Resources for Job Seekers

Check out the following resources for job seekers:



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  • WorkSource Washington: A comprehensive employment service for job seekers and employers. Search for jobs, research the labor market, and locate additional employment resources.

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Other Resource Links:

  • A Career Guide to Occupations in Washington State: Accurate, detailed and up-to-date Labor Market Information (LMI) on some of the most common occupations in our state.
  • Managed by the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy. Lists several employment resources.
  • Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center Northwest (DBTAC): Provides free consultation to questions regarding compliance with the ADA.
  • Inside Worksource: Information on additional employment and training programs in Washington State.
  • Job Access: A national internet employment resource for people with disabilities and employers. Search and enter online resumes, ADA and job search information.
  • Job Accommodation Network (JAN): Free information and resources to help select a cost-effective job site accommodation. A program of the President's Committee on the Employment of People with Disabilities. View a training module provided by JAN on how to disclose a disability in the workplace here.
  • Plain Language ADA Overview: The Mid-Atlantic ADA Center has created an “easy-to-read booklet designed for people with intellectual disabilities, learning disabilities, or anyone else who would like a short, simple overview of the ADA."
  • Self-Sufficiency Calculator: Use the Washington State Workforce Development Council Self-Sufficiency Calculator tool to help you look at your overall budget, see the standard cost-of-living approximations for your family, and learn about resources that can assist you in planning and making progress toward economic self sufficiency. 
  • Social Security Administration Disability Programs: If you are receiving benefits from SSA, you should know about work incentives and how returning to work will affect your income.
  • USAJobs: This is the U.S. Federal government’s official site for job information and includes over 16,000 job postings. You can search for openings in a particular field, city, or agency, or all three on this particular website.
  • Washington Assistive Technology Act Program (WATAP): A consumer advocacy network that provides information, resources and consultation on Assistive Technology.