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New IowaWORKS Mobile App Helps Job Seekers Connect with Workforce Services

Iowa Workforce Development announces new mobile app to assist job seekers.

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The Tenneessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development released a video demonstrating the use of their mobile app to apply for unemployment benefits amid the COVID-19 crisis.

Indiana Career Connect's mobile job search app, ICC Jobs, gives job seekers on-demand access to the job market.

The free app can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store by searching for "ICC Jobs."

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.

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).

Job seekers in North Carolina have another tool to help them in their employment search.

Job seekers in Tennessee now have a more convenient way to find employment.

Job seekers in California now have another tool to help advance their careers.

Job seekers in Virginia now have a more convenient way to find employment.

Geographic Solutions is pleased to announce the launch of the new Southwest Florida Works Mobile App for iPhone and iPad which took place on July 20, 2013.