Job & Career Assistance

If you are currently un-employed and need to register for/update Unemployment Insurance with the State of Montana, go to Unemployment Insurance for You.
Websites for Job Hunters
If you're interested in finding a job, exploring a future career field, transitioning from a current career, or exploring the possibilities, these sites can help you:
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    A good place to start. Published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Occupational Outlook Handbook lists jobs from A-Z. Information includes training, typical salaries, daily activities, and anticipated demand for the future. The handbook is fully updated every two years.
  • Montana Job Information
    Search for available jobs in the entire state of Montana. Sponsored by the Montana Department of Labor and Industry.
  • Career Resource Network
    Get prepared for the job you want. Sponsored by the Montana Department of Labor & Industry.
  • Montana Labor Market Information
    Includes information on employment, unemployment, wages, industries, and occupations. Sponsored by the Montana Department of Labor and Industry.
  • Billings Gazette Job Ads
    Local newspaper job advertisements.
  • America's Career InfoNet
    Identify career and job options that best fit you. Provided by the US Dept of Labor.
  • O*Net Online
    Occupational information, with skills needed and characteristics of various jobs as provided by the US Dept of Labor .
  • Job Corps
    Education and vocational training program for young people ages 16 through 24, sponsored by the US Dept of Labor
For assistance with writing resumés or cover letters, taking tests, and other preparations, check out the Test Prep & Online Education page. The Testing & Education Research Center has those and also practice tests for SAT, ACT, GRE, ASVAB and many others.