City of Phoenix helping job seekers change career paths | Arizona News

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City of Phoenix helping job seekers change career paths | Arizona News
City of Phoenix helping job seekers change career paths | Arizona News

The Phoenix Economic Development Department Phoenix wants to help job seekers as the additional $ 300 in unemployment benefits is phasing out. PHOENIX, AZ (3TV / CBS 5) – This week ends the additional $ 300 received during the height of the pandemic unemployment benefits you did earlier either because you were unhappy or it just didn’t pay enough, the city of Phoenix wants help. This time the “Great Resignation” is called. All over the US, people are looking for something better. Officials from the Phoenix City Department of Economic Development said the trend is not just here but across the country. Phoenix City officials have now tailored their Arizona @ Work programs to help people who are ready to explore different opportunities. They offer everything from creating résumés to assisting with attending workshops and specific training courses. And all for free. “We see a lot of people who come from the hotel industry. Lots of people who did gigs during the pandemic and are now focused on determining what they want to do in the long term and aligning with their values, ”said Laura Whitehead of Arizona @ Work. Whitehead says the industries here in the Valley are among the fastest growing companies in healthcare, IT, manufacturing, and financial services. Whitehead said when COVID-19 hit, people’s job expectations had changed across the board. “Some people want medical services. Others, frankly, their salary, their salary, their hourly wage, how will they survive this period if some of them really suffered a loss of income during the pandemic, ”said Whitehead.Arizona@Work can help people get a job on the same day find where to go in. And you’re ready to plan your next step towards your new career. Further information and current vacancies can be found here. Copyright 2021 KPHO / KTVK (KPHO Rundfunkgesellschaft). All rights reserved.

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