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Twin Falls Public Library


Job/Career Resources
Job hunting, unemployment, and more

Need help finding a job?  Want some tips on writing a winning cover letter?  The Twin Falls Public Library offers many resources for job seekers.  Here you will find job skills worksheets created by library staff, as well as a list of helpful websites.  You can also check out books on these topics from our collection.  Want more information or need more help? Contact the Reference Desk at 208-733-2964 ext. 200 or email general@tfpl.org.  

Online Resources Documents and Downloads

Idaho Department of Labor (https://labor.idaho.gov)
The Idaho Department of Labor provides information on job openings, applying for unemployment, and additional labor support.  

Tutor.com  (https://lhh.tutor.com/)
Tutor.com is an online learning and career help center offered through the Twin Falls Public Library.  It offers help for writing cover letters and resumes, as well as other job resources. 

Magic Valley Jobs (https://magicvalley.com/jobs/)
This job search site is run through the Twin Falls Times-News and offers information about jobs specific to Magic Valley employers.

IdahoWorks (https://idahoworks.gov)
Create a free Job Seeker account to create and post resumes online through the Idaho Department of Labor.

USA.gov (https://www.usa.gov/jobs-and-unemployment)
This site offers information about careers, labor laws, and federal jobs, as well as help with small businesses, retirement, and unemployment benefits.

Better Twin Falls Jobs (https://bettertwinfallsjobs.com)
Register for a free account at this site to receive alerts of job postings.

VA Employment (https://explore.va.gov/employment-services/employment-resources)
If you’re a veteran, get assistance creating resumes, searching for employers, and finding help with their Vocational Rehabilitation.

These job skills worksheets have been created by library staff.  Click on a link to view, download or print that worksheet.