Q: What is Workforce Exchange?

A: Workforce Exchange is a "virtual" one-stop network created to improve access to information about jobs, training and workforce support throughout Maryland. Workforce Exchange connects agencies, programs and services electronically to assist employers and individuals in making the right decisions for future success. The information and services made available through Workforce Exchange is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Employers are able to manage their entire recruitment process on-line and job seekers can build resumes that can be used to apply for jobs instantly!

Q: Who administers workforce services and where?

A: The heart of Maryland's workforce system is its workforce service centers. There are more than 40 workforce service centers across Maryland providing locally designed and operated services to meet local labor market needs. These centers are administered locally by Workforce Investment Boards - comprised of business, government, education, labor and community leaders -- to ensure that each center is meeting the needs of its community. Workforce Exchange is one of a number of tools employed by our local workforce professionals to ensure that employers have the skilled workers they need and workers have good jobs that provide economic self-sufficiency. We encourage you to contact one of our local workforce service centers to see how we can help you today! To locate a workforce service center in your community, you can click on "Service Locations" at the bottom of the Workforce Exchange home page.

Q: Are the services delivered through Workforce Exchange free?

A: Yes. The information and services provided to you through Workforce Exchange are supported by tax payer dollars. Therefore, we consider our services "pre-paid" and, consequently, encourage everyone to take advantage of them.

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