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Get Your Job Search and Training Tools via Your Mobile Browser

Posted on 04/15/2013

Dept. of Labor

The U.S. Department of Labor's Employment and Training Administration (ETA External link opens in new window or tab) has a variety of online tools to help individuals search for employment or access new skills from training providers in their local communities. During the past year, over 40 million individuals across the country have accessed these tools from their desktops. However, with advances and increases in the use of technology, more people are using mobile phone-based browsers to conduct their Web searches. ETA has responded to this rapid technological shift by making several of its most popular online tools available as mobile-optimized websites External link opens in new window or tab, giving smart phone or tablet users quick access to key job search and training resources. These include locating American Job Centers External link opens in new window or tab, conducting a Job Search External link opens in new window or tab, performing a Veterans Job Search External link opens in new window or tab, browsing Salary Finder External link opens in new window or tab, accessing data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics External link opens in new window or tab, and searching Training Finder External link opens in new window or tab. These recent changes are a component of ETA’s ongoing efforts to offer job seekers in communities throughout the country, especially those needing them most, a wider range of tools to access workforce resources through devices they use the most.

From the OVAE Connection External link opens in new window or tab newsletter of the Office of Vocational and Adult Education, U. S. Department of Education, February 7, 2013.