If you’re looking for a job in Mississippi, the Mississippi Department of Employment Security has a new website “MDES” for job seekers and employers. Potential employees can register online to search for a new job, register for unemployment, review job hunting tips, learn about Veteran’s services, job fairs, and featured employers.
The website also offers tools for potential employers including recruitment services, online job postings, online viewing of job applications, on-the-job training information, unemployment taxes, and work opportunity tax credit information.
If you are new to Mississippi’s employment website “WINGS,” you can follow the registration information as either a job seeker or an employer. To start your job search, you can search by job title, keywords or company name including by city, state or zip code.
If a job in Mississippi isn’t what you’re looking for, you can visit a variety of other State websites. For instance, California’s “Careers in California Government” offers job searches by title or department including a tutorial video for job seekers. The State of Florida’s “People First” website allows job searches by region or county. The “Jobseekers” website by New Jersey’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development not only offers job searches but also career planning and guidance tools such as entrepreneurial training programs, job readiness workshops, job fairs, health insurance services, and more.
There are many other states, counties and cities on our “Government Jobs and Employment Listings Resources” website that provide search links for government jobs. Some of the other states with great websites include Maryland, Michigan, and New York. Lastly, you can search the “USAJOBS” website for federal jobs throughout the United States.
Using the “Free Public Records Search Directory” you can search other public records by type or state including all counties within each state. The website includes links to such public records as land records, property tax records, permit records, election records, and more.
Whether you are a job seeker or a potential employer, the various available state and county websites should make your search for a job or an employee a lot easier.