Check out the Summer 2020 CareerOneStop Connections, the quarterly newsletter from!

The Summer 2020 Newsletter features the following items.

New Employment Recovery

This resource helps those laid off or furloughed meet their short-term needs, such as filing for unemployment benefits or finding a new job, as well as their longer-term goals, such as adjusting career plans in light of the evolving job market.  

Visit Worker ReEmployment.

Unemployment and Other Benefits

Your first need might be to apply for unemployment and other benefits, or to find an immediate job to help them through a transition.  

Find a Job Now

This offers quick access to CareerOneStop’s Job Finder, as well as links to other relevant job search tools, including a search for virtual employment and a search for immediate jobs. 

The section also provides resources targeted to the current job market, such as tips for virtual interviewing and virtual networking, etc.. 

Explore a New Career

In this section, people who are considering a career change can find information and tools to help them identify skills that could help them find a new career that might be a good fit for their unique work histories, skills, and abilities.


New Work Values Matcher

The new Work Values Matcher is a quick online card sort that helps users think through the aspects of work they most value.

This simple exercise can help career explorers select a field that matches their values, and help job seekers identify employers and workplaces that share similar values.


New Career Cluster Videos  

CareerOneStop recently released a set of 16 videos highlighting popular career clusters.


Users can locate their local American Job Center using the American Job Center Finder, where free job search and other employment-related assistance is available to the public. The tool offers updated announcements on whether centers are currently open or offering virtual assistance. is a source for finding in-person employment assistance at one of the thousands of American Job Centers (AJCs) located across the U.S.


You can locate a local AJC at, or by calling the toll-free help line at 1-877-US-2JOBS (TTY: 1-877-889-5267).


For questions about, email

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