Employment Help

The Cuba Library wants to help job seekers in their search for employment.  For valuable tips for resumes, interviews, and employment websites, check out these helpful links:

Allegany County Government Site
The Allegany County government website offers links to a variety of employment resources, including job search websites, employment agencies, and direct links to employers in the region. Contact information is also available for their American Job Center site in Belmont.

Cattaraugus County One Stop Career Center
The Catt. County One Stop provides constructive, convenient information to employers, businesses, workers and job seekers in Cattaraugus County. Most services are offered at NO COST to the Job Seeker. Job seekers can receive referrals to employers, go through career assessment, attend various useful workshops, Basic Skills and HSED preparation, computer and software training, learn job retention skills and much more! They also offer a variety of online job resources through their website.

New York State Department of Labor
The New York State government Department of Labor website provides information about state labor laws, assistance with job searches & training, labor market data & statistics, and allows users to apply online for unemployment benefits.

JobNow from Brainfuse
JobNow provides users with a host of services to help in every step of the job search process including job searching, resume template, professional resume review, and live interview coaching. Log in using your library card number and pin.

O*NET OnLine
Unsure about what you want to do or what type of education or experience is necessary for a career you are interested, check out O*NET OnLine website made for the U.S. Department of Labor.  This comprehensive website has an aptitude test and a detailed description of different careers, their outlooks, and the skills necessary for each.

GCF LearnFree.org
Created by the Goodwill Community Foundation International, Learn Free.org provides free tutorials for a plethora of subjects including computer basics, mathematics, job searching, and reading.  This website can help anyone with any skill level.

My Next Move
Created by the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, My Next Move.org is a helpful site for figuring out what you want to do as a career and what you have to do to reach your career goals.