Career Services

Take the next step on your career path.

CareerSource Florida helps Floridians find careers in every industry. Whether you’re looking for a job, making a strategic career move, or building your own business, CareerSource Florida can help you reach your goal at no cost to you. Our local career centers are here, and we’ve enhanced our ability to support you online, on the phone and by appointment as available.


Explore opportunities based on location, wage, industry, and education.


Upgrade your skills and training to stand out from the competition.


Learn career advancement tips from our employment specialists.


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Find Your Local Team

The CareerSource Florida network is ready to assist job seekers.

CareerSource Florida is the state’s strategic policy workforce development board. CareerSource Florida does not offer direct services to individuals. However, the local workforce development boards throughout the state offer support to both job seekers and employers. These local one-stop or career centers offer services like tailored career counseling, skills assessments, resume assistance, and job placement support. Our local centers are here to assist you with improved support, available online, over the phone, and in-person by appointment when available
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Reemployment Assistance

Reemployment Assistance benefits are available to Floridians who have been negatively impacted as a result of the mitigation efforts to stop the spread of COVID-19. Eligible individuals include those who have lost their job through no fault of their own, are quarantined by a medical professional, laid off or sent home without pay for an extended period by their employer, or caring for an immediate family member who is diagnosed with COVID-19. Governor DeSantis has waived work search, online work registration and waiting week requirements for Reemployment Assistance applications.

Train For Your Next Job

Learning new skills is a great way to start your career or move up at your current job. Career and Technical Education (CTE) and apprenticeship programs can further your education and help you earn higher wages. These programs teach you skills you will use on the job from Day One and throughout your career. If you are interested in earning an industry-recognized credential, we can connect you with training and education opportunities near you. Explore programs offered by CareerSource Florida and our partners, including the Florida Department of Education.