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Work for ME 2020

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The Maine Department of Labor provides equal opportunity in employment and programs. Auxiliary aids and services are available to people with disabilities upon request. TTY users call Maine Relay 711 | Your one-stop shop— • Help with your job searches • Learning about workshops and trainings available • Creating your resume • Using career aptitude software to identify skills, interests and strengths • Adult ed information • Services for people with disabilities • Maine JobLink – no-cost resume and job posting for employers and employees BRS works to bring full access to employment, independence, and community integration for people with disabilities. • Specialized job services to help individuals reach career goals • School to work services and employment preparation • Employer customized internships, apprenticeships, mentoring, and training Partial wage replacement for those whom have lost work through no fault of their own. • Eligibility determined by earnings and type of job loss • Maintain eligibility through weekly certifications • Work with employers to verify information • Economic stabilizer | 1-800-593-7660 No-charge Safety Training— • Numerous safety and heath training topics • No cost • Quick and easy sign-up online The Center for Workforce and Information— • High-wage, in-demand job statistics • Industry data • Unemployment insurance data Center for Workforce Research & Information CWRI Bureau of Rehabilitation Services BRS

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