Workforce Development Resources



Basic Computer Skills
  • DigitalLearn: Tools to help you tackle technology at your own pace and gain the confidence you need to succeed. Some courses offered include email, Google maps, telehealth, Facebook, Skype, online frauds and scams, internet privacy, job searching, Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • GCFGlobal: Learn the essential skills through self-paced online courses. More than 200 topics, including more than 2,300 lessons, more than 2,000 videos, and more than 50 interactives and games, completely free.
  • INTERFACE Project: Free and short digital literacy courses from Wisconsin Technical College System on topics such as using a mouse and keyboard, email basics, Microsoft Word, social media and managing personal data.
  • Microsoft Office Training Center: Get going quickly and easily with Office 365 video training for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneDrive, SharePoint, Microsoft Teams and more.
Job Center Locations
  • Clark County Job Center
    501 Hewett Street, Neillsville, WI 54456
    Telephone: 715-743-4631
  • Marathon County
  • Oneida County 
  • Taylor County
    • Medford-NTC Outreach Center 
      1001 Progressive Ave, Medford, WI 54451
      Telephone: 715-661-1485
    • Taylor County Job Center Services
    • Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board, contact the board for comprehensive service in seeking employment. They will arrange for appropriate services. 
      • Vision: Northwest Wisconsin will have a system that employers, workers, job seekers, and taxpayers will value as the system of choice for their workforce development needs.
  • Marshfield Job Center
    211 East Second St., Suite 123, Marshfield, WI 54449
  • Phillips Job Center
    1408 Pine Ridge Rd., Phillips, WI 54555
Job Search Engines

Unsure of how to search or whatyou are interested in?

  • O*Net or Skills Explorer: Search occupational title and get an excellent list of tasks and skills for past jobs to include on your resume or to use in searching for new positions.
  • Unsure what you are interested in? Take the quick Wisconsin Tech Colleges Career Quiz.

Job Search Engines

  • Job Center of Wisconsin: Create a free account with the Job Center of Wisconsin website to build and revise your resume and electronically submit it to employers.
  • Job Center of Wisconsin for Job Seekers, webinar recording: A demonstration of the Job Center of Wisconsin website for job seekers, including account creation and registration, job searching and creating a resume. (2020)
  • Helps job seekers build new skills and progressive careers as the world of work changes.
  • Helps companies hire the best talent and offers the best opportunity for job seekers to get hired.
  • A global online employment solution for people seeking jobs and the employers who need great people.
  • USAJobs: Connects job seekers with federal employment opportunities across the United States and around the world.
Labor Market Information

Asset Limited Income Constrained Employment (ALICE): Individuals and households who earn just above the Federal Poverty Level but less than what it costs to make ends meet

WisConomy: Your source for economic and labor market information.

WisConomy Presentations, Reports and Publications

Job Seeker Resources

 Start your search at the library.

Search for books and materials on finding a job, interviewing skills, test prep, and more available from your public library.


Job Center of Wisconsin Resources

Job Centers have resources for job seekers and employers. 


Create or Update a Resume
Create a free account with the Job Center of Wisconsin website to build and revise your resume and electronically submit it to employers.

Skill Explorer
Connect to employment opportunities based on your skills rather than on job titles.

Search for Wisconsin Jobs
Use the Job Center of Wisconsin website search tool.

Job Seeker Resources
Choose from one of the five topic headings: look for jobs, plan a career, wages and occupations, training and education, other assistance.

Workforce Events
Find job fairs, career expos, recruitment sessions, and other events to help job seekers make connections with employers.

Labor Market Information
Read reports, projections, and trends in Wisconsin’s job market.

Training and Education
Find information about apprenticeships, training programs, Wisconsin colleges and universities, financial aid, and more.

Featured Industries
Research Wisconsin’s diverse industries, and find information on wages, trends, and other subjects.

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