About 2,000 local state employment offices, sometimes called “Job Service,” exist throughout the U.S. These offices are part of a nationwide federal network called The United States Employment Service (USES). Most of them provide assisstance to workers at a variety of levels — blue collar, clerical, management — and they have access to job listings. Some people have found these services to be of help. They’re worth checking out, although their success rate has been estimated at only about 10 to 15 percent.
~ Anne Follis, CPRW
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