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Who are they? Unemployed workers are people who are jobless, looking for work, and available for work.
Unemployed workers include people who were ly employed but lost their positions because of company layoffs or plant closures. Underemployed workers have part-time, temporary, intermittent, or low-wage work that does not provide enough income to live stably. How do they use local workforce systems? Both unemployed and underemployed workers may seek assistance from local workforce system programs and services to find new employment or training opportunities.
They may also seek temporary financial assistance to reduce the negative effects of lost wages. American Job Centers and agencies administering unemployment insurance programs can assist these workers with job and training program searches, and education and training providerssuch as community colleges and community-based organizations, help train people for in-demand occupations with sustainable wages.
The US Department of Labor's CareerOneStop website has resources which can help unemployed and underemployed workers locate American Job Centers, get unemployment help, and explore careers, education, and training options. Topics menu What is a local workforce system? Local Workforce System Blueprints. What are the functions of a local workforce system?
Providing Supportive Services. Improving Job Quality and Access. Who uses local workforce system programs and services? Unemployed or Underemployed Workers. Adults with Low Basic Skills. People with Personal Challenges to Work.
Workers Seeking Career Change or Advancement. What organizations are part of local workforce systems? Service Providers. Government Agencies. Employers and Industry and Business Groups. Foundations and Philanthropic Organizations. Unions and Worker-Focused Advocacy Organizations.
Workforce Intermediaries and Collaboratives.
What are key activities that help workforce systems run? Coordination and Systems Change.Are You Unemployed or Underemployed
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The Differences Between Unemployment and Underemployment