Programs and Resources
The commonwealth's PA CareerLink® offices provide help finding a job, looking for a better job, receiving job training and seeking vocational rehabilitation services.
SkillUp™ PA was launched to provide access to free, online job skills training to Pennsylvania residents. Courses are available on the Metrix Learning Portal and can be accessed by registering for a free account on the PA CareerLink® website.
Employment & Career Information
Additional help for finding a job in Pennsylvania
Employment for Veterans
Find information about the GI Bill, as well as state and federal programs.
This toolkit of resources and services educates employers, providers, and workers on the opportunities and benefits of hiring returning citizens and assistance in navigating and overcoming challenges when seeking employment.
Unemployment Compensation / Workers' Compensation
State and federal information about Unemployment Compensation, and information about Workers' Compensation for job-related injury/illness.
Information about finding a job and assistance programs for individuals with disabilities
Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) Programs
The Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program allows workers whose jobs have been affected by foreign competition to receive certain benefits.
Labor Market Information
Information about occupations and wages from the Department of Labor & Industry's Center for Workforce Information & Analysis, including the Pennsylvania Career Guide.
Training & Education Information
More information about individual occupations and additional assistance for certain populations.
Grants & Financial Aid
Information about the FAFSA, aid available to Pennsylvania residents, and the GI Bill.
Workforce Development Newsletters
Contains links to the most current PA Works workforce development newsletters.