WorkSource Pierce connects people with training programs and jobs to help them succeed at any stage in life. Resources are available to job seekers from all backgrounds, regardless of past work history or educational attainment. Whether new to the job market or ready to seek fresh opportunities, WorkSource Pierce is here to help.
WorkSource Pierce sites come in three different varieties, all certified by the Workforce Development Council:
Visit the WorkSource Pierce Job Center for comprehensive services ranging from resume building classes for job seekers to on-site hiring events for employers. The Job Center offers one-on-one assistance, technological tools and job leads to job seekers, as well as business solutions for employers. With a committed team of experts on hand, the Job Center serves as a hub for community connections and career path opportunities.
2121 S. State St., Tacoma 98405 (Suite 300)
*Open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Open 9:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Other certified WorkSource locations in Pierce County include:
Bud Hawk Transition Center (JBLM) 11577 41st Division Dr, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA 98433
Pierce College Fort Steilacoom 9401 Farwest Drive SW, Lakewood 98498
Pierce County Library locations:
CareerOneStop is sponsored by the US Department of Labor and a proud partner of the American Job Center Network. CareerOneStop offers skill and interest assessments to help you make the right choice in deciding what career to pursue. You can also use the site to search job listings and find training and helpful local resources. CareerOneStop even has resources tailored to Veterans, Young Adults, Disabled Workers and many other types of jobseekers. CareerOneStop also features a library of informational videos that allow users to learn important facts about more than 800 different careers. Click here to access the video library.
MySkillsMyFuture is an extension of the CareerOneStop program and is customized specifically for those looking to build off their past career experiences to find a new career. MySkillsMyFuture allows users to enter their previous or current job title and finds positions with comparable skills sets to explore.
Washington Career Bridge is a state-specific resource that allows users to take career quizzes, view current job trends and search educational opportunities to discover a good career fit. Washington Career Bridge also offers resources for finding ways to pay for schooling for those unsure if they can afford further education.