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Special Note to Employment Site Users: On September 1, 2015 Wisconsin.gov Job Board will no longer accept job postings. Employers are to post jobs on JobCenterOfWisconsin.com. On October 1, 2015 the Wisconsin.gov Job Board will be taken down.

  • JobNet - Post a job opening in Wisconsin on JobNet. Still Wisconsin's biggest source of job openings, which contains over 30,000 current job opportunities.

  • Wisconsin Seasonal Jobs - Post a seasonal job within Wisconsin. All seasonal Job postings are automatically entered into Wisconsin JobNet.

  • WECAN - Wisconsin Education Career Access Network (WECAN) is a collaboration between the Wisconsin Association of School Personnel Administrators and Wisconsin teacher training institutions. It is non-profit.
Other Resources
  • Wisconsin Job Centers - Job Centers are comprehensive, one-stop service centers that provide a full range of employer services, including: Specialized employer recruitment and screening, Labor Market Information Job Fairs, Job Testing and Job Training information and Account Representatives to assist employers.

  • Job Fairs - Job Centers are comprehensive, one-stop service centers that provide a full range of employer services. These services include: specialized employer recruitment and screening, labor market information, job fairs, job testing, job training information, and account representatives to assist employers.

  • Vocational Rehabilitation - Wisconsin's Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) is a federal/state program designed to obtain, maintain, and improve employment for people with disabilities by working with VR consumers, employers, and other partners.

  • Fidelity Bonding Program - a unique program to help a job applicant get and keep a job. The program issues Fidelity Bonds free to employers which protect the employer in case of any loss of money or property due to employee dishonesty.

  • WorkNET (formerly Labor Market Information) - The economic transactions involving the hiring of people on the one side and the selling of one's labor on the other side.

  • Worker's Compensation - Locate information on filing a claim, returning to work, finding your employer's worker's compensation carrier, requirements for worker's compensation and how to obtain worker's compensation insurance and more.

  • Employer Law Training - Labor Law Clinics are educational seminars, usually one day in length but sometimes a half-day or two days in length, which are open to the public and feature DWD staff explaining many of the laws and rules the agency administers.