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Employment Services

Today, there are more ways than ever to search for employment. In addition to traditional methods, newspaper advertisements, applying to a business in person, many employers now use internet-based employment sites or require interested job seekers to apply online via a company website. Helping someone to find employment may mean using a mix of new technologies along with tried and true strategies like networking.

The Maine CareerCenter System — CareerCenters across Maine are available to help job seekers prepare for and find employment. CareerCenters have computers, printers, phones, fax machines, accessibility equipment and software available at no charge to assist customers in their job search.

Maine's Job Bank

Maine's Job Bank is a new online resource that allows job seekers to search for all jobs that match their interests and experience. The Job Bank will also automatically notify job seekers by e-mail when employers post jobs that meet their criteria. It is easy to register and post a resume at the Maine CareerCenter website by clicking on the Maine's Job Bank icon and following the registration process.

The Job Bank also offers a variety of benefits to employers. Through the Maine CareerCenter Job Bank businesses can:
  • List job opportunities at no charge
  • Create, edit and manage your job listings that are searchable by job seekers nationwide
  • Access your job listings 24 hours per day, 7 days per week
  • Immediately view summary information of job seekers who meet your specified qualifications
  • Review lists of candidates who have inquired about your job listings
  • Screen applicant profiles and resumes

CareerCenter Workshops

Each local CareerCenter holds workshops on resume writing, interviewing techniques, job search, career exploration and other topics. To find a local CareerCenter near you, use the search box below.

Find your local CareerCenter:

The Bureau of Rehabilitation Services

The Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS) provides vocational rehabilitation services to individuals who qualify and who need these services to access and obtain employment.

Department of Health and Human Services

Other Employment Resources


One of the best ways to find a job is by letting friends, family and others know that you are looking for work. Encouraging job seekers to let people know what kind of work they are looking for and other specifics can often result in job leads.

Other online employment websites

There are many websites that allow job seekers to list their resume or search job listings.

Job Fairs

Job fairs are a great way to meet and talk with employers. Job fairs bring together a number of employers in one location. Job seekers can learn about current job openings, get more information about the business, and sometimes have the opportunity to fill out an application or have an initial interview right at the fair.

Labor Market Information

For information about businesses and careers in Maine, visitMaine Department of Labor, Center for Workforce Research and Information.