Oklahoma’s Critical Occupations include jobs that are in-demand and make high wages. Many of these occupations have skills that translate to other similar jobs and industries. Explore how you can enter and advance in these careers in industries that are vital to growing our state’s economy.
Explore opportunities based on location, wage, industry, and education. Create resumes and apply online.
TRAIN FOR YOUR NEXT JOB
Learning new skills is a great way to start your career or move up at your current job. Skills training and apprenticeship programs can further your education and help you earn higher wages. These programs teach you skills you will use throughout your career. If you are interested in earning an industry-recognized credential, we can connect you with training and education opportunities near you. Explore work-based learning and other programs at OKJobMatch.com.
A layoff is difficult for everyone. The Rapid Response program provides a variety of free services to employers and their employees when it becomes necessary to downsize. Our goal is to help workers transition from notification of layoff to re-employment as quickly as possible.
Making an informed choice can be difficult if you are enrolled in public assistance programs. As you earn more money, you may lose some of these programs, but those changes can be difficult to predict. Oklahoma’s CLIFF Dashboard can help you better understand these changes.
FIND YOUR LOCAL TEAM
Oklahoma Works American Job Centers offer resources to assist individuals with job searches, career development and training. Our local career centers are open, and are able to support job seekers online, on the phone and by appointment as available.
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