Nebraska's unemployment rate in September was 2.0 percent, the lowest rate in the nation and tied with the lowest rate ever nationwide. Get more statistics at the link below.
NEworks integrates job openings posted by Nebraska companies with those found on other online job sites, giving you access to over 50,000 active listings. Posting your resume on NEworks puts you in front of hundreds of employers who are looking for candidates just like you. Ready to get to work?
NDOL job centers are helping Nebraskans accelerate their return to the workforce. A network of 14 job centers provide reemployment services to job seekers, as well as help employers find talent and programs that fit their needs.
The agency is receiving reports of text messages being received by individuals stating that the person needs to click a verification link in order to reactive their account. NDOL is NOT sending these messages, so anyone receiving the message should ignore it.
Check out resources offered by our job centers, including reemployment assistance, training opportunities, unemployment benefits help and career planning.
Find answers to your unemployment insurance questions and learn about eligibility for benefits and additional programs for unemployed individuals.
Whether you are looking for workers or need assistance with training, unemployment insurance, avoiding layoffs, or workplace safety, we can help. Explore our resources and learn how we can serve your business.
Find answers to labor law questions, the Contractor Registration portal, a wage complaint form and legal resources such as statutes and regulations.
Need in-depth information on the labor market in your area? Use the Labor Market Information section on NEworks to explore data on industries, occupations, unemployment, labor availability and more.
NEworks.nebraska.gov integrates job openings posted by Nebraska companies with those found on other online job sites. Find jobs, file unemployment claims, find talent, or research the labor market on one convenient platform.
Explore legal resources such as statutes, regulations, guidance documents, and administrative code, as well as annual reports and other publications.
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