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Workforce Solutions 2018 Impact Report

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Our latest annual Impact Report covers initiatives that made a positive impact in our community, some of our most successful events, and new developments from fiscal year 2018. See how we made an impact last year by clicking here

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WESLACO – The Texas Workforce Commission is considering all federal employees as laid off, meaning they can apply for unemployment benefits.

KRGV’s Sierra Pizarro spoke with the spouse of a federal employee.

“There's people with mortgages, there's people with kids, you name it. Everyone is going through something,” she says.

There are 800,000 federal workers across the country and 8,000 of them reside in the Rio Grande Valley.

Workforce Solutions’ communication specialist Mike Gonzalez says federal workers can apply for unemployment benefits until the shutdown is over.

For the full report: https://www.krgv.com/news/federal-employees-can-apply-for-unemployment-benefits/

McAllen Public Library, in partnership with Workforce Solutions, invites the public to Job Fair 2019 on Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the McAllen Public Library, located at 4301 N. 23rd Street. Attendees will get to connect with employers from several different companies, fill out printed and online applications, and have onsite interviews. Attendees should bring updated resumes and dress interview ready.

“The City of McAllen prospers when we all prosper and having a good job is key to making that happen,” said McAllen Mayor Jim Darling. “Partnering with Workforce Solutions to host this job fair helps our community and residents to become a part of our area’s workforce, contribute to our local economy and just as importantly, provide individuals with a job to provide for themselves and their family a bright future.”

McAllen Public Library hopes the job fair will act as a “one-stop shop” for people to gather and network for the future, offering face-to-face communication with employers, a computer lab for online applications, and a centrally-located facility with public transportation accessible by McAllen Transit to empower the community.


For the full report: https://www.krgv.com/news/mcallen-public-library-and-workforce-solutions-invite-the-public-to-job-fair/

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