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Job Seeker Help @ MPL

Searching for a job? MPL has the resources to help you find a new career.

Job Search

Did you know that three MPL libraries offer free, drop-in job searching help?

During these sessions, a job trainer specialist is available to help you learn how to complete online job applications, write a resume online, search online job listings, and obtain a free e-mail account.

Find these job sessions, funded by grants from the Miller Brewing Company and the Tellier Foundation, at the following locations:

Central Libary, Saturdays from 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Center Street Library, Tuesdays from 1:30 - 5:00 p.m. & Thursdays from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Forest Home Library, Mondays from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Also, our newly updated Job Seeker Help web page is a great source for links and information about local job opportunites, resume tips, and additional locations for job and resume help in Milwaukee.

And don't forget about all the great books you can check out about resumes, cover letters, and job interviews!

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Candice:

The pressure after graduation is really stressful.The happy-go-lucky life is over. We are now in the period where we are making decisions as a mature person. And obviously, we should now be looking for a job. A lot of people are job searching these days, and during these kinds of times, job searching isn't the easiest proposition. Job boards aren't exactly exploding. The unemployment rate is the highest it's been in over 20 years, and there isn't a lot of ways for a person to get the fast cash they need, or a steady paycheck. Online job searching has become prevalent over the last decade. Most unemployed people are turning to online job ads, most without much success. But persistence will pay off, even if you need to get low interest loans or cash advances, you just have to keep job searching.

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