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What the Press is Saying About Geographic Solutions and Our Clients' Sites

Geographic Solutions recently partnered with the Texas Workforce Commission to launch the new WorkInTexas.com.

The brand-new site will have the potential to connect more than 550,000 Texas employers with 14 million job seekers, statewide.

In partnership with Geographic Solutions, Iowa Workforce Development Launches New User-Friendly Employment Services System

The IowaWORKS site provides a variety of employment resources, tools and services to meet the needs of customers, employers and staff members.

This image is the Tennessee Workforce Today video logo.

Jobs4TN offers job seekers thousands of job listings, résumé improvement services, and a virtual recruiter.

In this image, a road leads through the desert towards a mountain. EmployNV's logo is in the top left corner.

The Employment Security Division of the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation launched the EmployNV mobile phone application, officials announced Monday.

The new WorkInTexas.com website will have a user-friendly mobile design, offer modern communications capabilities, and increased access to jobs and workforce talent.

Following a recent article about Louisiana’s 4th worst state to get a job ranking by consumer site WalletHub, the Louisiana Workforce Commission (LWC) pointed out that the Pelican State has broken employment records over the last several months.

Looking for a job just got a whole lot easier, thanks to the mobile app called ICC Jobs available from the Indiana Department of Workforce Development. Job seekers in Indiana have the option to use the app created for the state’s job board, Indiana Career Connect (ICC).

The Employment Security Division of the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation announced the launch of EmployNV.

New, enhanced features are now available through the Commonwealth’s web-based service for job seekers and Virginia businesses, the Virginia Workforce Connection.

Geographic Solutions, in partnership with the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions, recently launched a new career solutions site designed specifically for high school students looking to plan their next step after graduation.