Resources for Jobseekers
Helps Michigan citizens facing economic hardship find services related to jobs, training, unemployment benefits, health care, housing, and family support.
The Unemployment Insurance Agency (UIA) operates Michigan's unemployment insurance program which collects unemployment taxes from employers and provides temporary income for workers who are unemployed through no fault of their own. Michigan UIA provides information on how to apply for unemployment benefits.
Job creation and economic development in one department including Talent Investment Agency, Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Michigan State Housing Development Authority, and Michigan Strategic Fund. MSHDA, MSF, TIA, TED, MEDC.
Build your workplace skills and prepare for a variety of career/occupational exams. Learn more about selected careers. Test-taking skills improvement courses & skill building in areas such as math, reading, writing, speaking, etc. are also available for a variety of age/skill levels.
The OOH can help you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
United Way connects individuals with resources that improve their lives. Their specialists are available 24/7 and are ready to provide information about a wide range of community services. Whether you are looking for job training, medical help, foreclosure prevention programs, shelter or utility assistance, child care, help with food or clothing, or any other challenge facing your family, a call to Michigan 2-1-1 may provide the answers you are looking for. They service Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Monroe, and Lapeer counties.