New Year, New Career!

January 5, 2024
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5 Ways ARIZONA@WORK Can Boost Your Career In 2024

The beginning of a new year is a great time to pursue a new career path. Whether you desire to improve your skills or transition to a new field, ARIZONA@WORK can help. See 5 ways ARIZONA@WORK can help you thrive in your career in 2024:

  1. Search jobs

    Our team is here to assist you in finding a job that best suits your skills and experience. Our workforce specialists can guide you through the process of searching for job openings, discovering apprenticeships, providing specialized employment services for veterans and job seekers with disabilities, and much more.

    Visit any of our ARIZONA@WORK offices to receive free job search assistance, or you can explore Arizona's largest jobs database, Arizona Job Connection, from the comfort of your home. Start your job search.

  2. Learn about Arizona's Workforce Trends

    When choosing a career, it's important to consider earning potential and job availability. Labor market information can help you identify in-demand professions in Arizona, corresponding pay rates and much more. View job market trends.

  3. Improve your Resume and Interview Skills

    A professional resume is one of the keys to making a good first impression on a potential employer. Our team of workforce specialists can guide you in creating an impressive resume that catches the attention of hiring managers. Attend our Resume Workshop to learn more about creating a successful resume.

  4. Attend a Hiring Event or Employment Readiness Workshop

    ARIZONA@WORK organizes events throughout the state to help you prepare for the workforce and facilitate the connection between employers and job seekers. Kick off your career path by attending a job fair, hiring event, or employment readiness workshops. View upcoming events.

  5. Find Workforce Training and Apprenticeships

    It's never too late to acquire new employment skills, and ARIZONA@WORK has a multitude of workforce training available. If the lack of income while receiving training is preventing you from pursuing your career goals, then consider a Registered Apprenticeship program. Apprentices are paid while they learn the necessary skills to become fully certified in their chosen vocation. In Arizona, apprenticeship programs are available in almost every industry, and the training is delivered through a combination of classroom instruction and practical, on-the-job training. Learn more about training and apprenticeship opportunities.

Let 2024 be the year you take your career to the next level! Visit to get started.