Resources for State Employees

The Louisiana Workforce Commission has an effective combination of online and person-to-person resources to help State of Louisiana employees who are interested in job services.


  • Job Seeker Services

    Services marked with * require registering a user name and password first.
    Registration takes just a few minutes. Register now.

    • 10 Steps*: Learn 10 steps to follow to a new job.
    • Job Search: Search thousands of Louisiana jobs and apply online.
    • Résumé Builder*: Create and/or change your online résumé quickly and easily with the option to make it visible to employers.
    • Letter Builder*: Write dynamic cover, follow-up and acceptance letters.
    • Virtual Recruiter*: LWC’s system can automatically search for job openings that meet your qualifications and notify you of possible matches.
  • Education Services

    • Training Providers: Get information on training providers/schools in Louisiana, the programs they offer and their Web sites.
    • Training Programs: Find a training or educational program in your occupation or field of interest.
  • Labor Market Services

    • Labor Market Facts: Get answers to commonly asked questions about the local labor market.
    • Area Profile: Find out labor market information for a specific region or parish, including average wages, largest industry and occupational group.
    • Industry Profile: Get information about how many jobs a particular industry is expected to add in the next 10 years for a region or parish.
    • Occupational Profile: Find out salaries and projected growth of specific occupations in a certain region or parish.


Business & Career Solutions Centers are located throughout Louisiana and serve as a local resource to state employees for job search assistance.

  • Among personalized services available:
    • Résumé preparation
    • Career exploration
    • Skills assessment
    • Training

All Louisiana Workforce Commission services are offered at no charge.

Other Helpful Resources

  • Louisiana Children’s Health Insurance Program (LaCHIP): You may qualify for free health coverage for your dependent child. For more information, call 877-252-2447 or visit the LaCHIP website,
  • Louisiana Small Business Development Center (LSBDC Network): If you are interested in starting your own business, LSBDC offers free confidential counseling, low-cost training and business information resources. To locate a center near you, visit
  • SCORE: A resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration, SCORE provides free counseling and mentoring to help start-up or existing small businesses. Visit for more information and local offices.