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Job Search, Application and Resume Writing Assistance

At each Oklahoma Works office, job seekers can get help writing a resume and preparing for interviews, learn about education and training for careers of interest, find state and national resources to help reach career goals, and take personal assessments to find a job that suits their skills and interests.

Find in-depth information about occupations such as average salary, experience and education requirements, wage and employment trends, and much more at

Military & Veterans Employment Services

The Jobs for Veterans State Grant is a US Department of Labor grant offered to states to provide personalized career services for eligible veterans and spouses. OESC's JVSG team is comprised solely of veterans and are stationed throughout the state. As veterans serving veterans, their team comes with real world experience of transitioning from the military and entering the civilian workforce, while undergoing training to understand the full array of resources and service available to veterans to succeed in the 21st century workforce.

Eligible veterans can connect with the veterans employment services team by visiting any Oklahoma Works office. 

Youth Employment Program

Oklahoma Works provides a comprehensive array of youth services that focus on assisting out-of-school youth and in-school youth, with one or more barriers to employment, prepare for post-secondary education and employment opportunities, attain educational and/or skills training credentials, and secure employment with career opportunities.

Labor Market Information

Staff in an Oklahoma Works office can provide job seekers with labor market information, including skills employers are looking for, median pay, required education, number of job openings in a given industry, and more. 

Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers

MSFW ensures that services provided to migrant workers are equal to the services provided to any other job seeker. Learn more about this program by visiting the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission's MSFW page.

Rehabilitation Services

The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services can help individuals with disabilities overcome barriers to work, whether that be assistance staying on the job or gaining employment.

Individuals with physical, mental or visual disabilities that prevent them from working are eligible for vocational rehabilitation services.

Some services, such as medical examinations to determine if you are eligible for services, vocational counseling and job placement, are always provided at no charge to you. You may be asked to share the cost of some other services, depending on your income and financial resources.

For more information visit or call 800-487-4042

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