20045 Employment Department

Find 20045 employment departments. Employment departments provide information on job searches, employment applications, human resources, workforce services, and employee training services.

DC Employment Department 609 H Street Northeast Washington DC 20002 1.8 miles from 20045 202-724-7000

Arlington Employment Department 2100 Washington Boulevard Arlington VA 22204 3.2 miles from 20045 703-228-1400

District of Columbia Employment Department 2626 Naylor Road Southeast Washington DC 20020 4.1 miles from 20045 202-645-3535

Fairfax Employment Department 10455 Armstrong Street Fairfax VA 22030 15.4 miles from 20045 703-385-7861

Fairfax County Employment Department 12011 Government Center Parkway Fairfax VA 22035 18.1 miles from 20045 703-324-7500

Calvert County Veterans Employment Department 200 Duke Street Prince Frederick MD 20678 34.6 miles from 20045 410-535-4583

Baltimore Employment Department 3001 East Madison Street Baltimore MD 21205 37.0 miles from 20045 410-396-9927

Frederick County Business & Employment Department 5340 Spectrum Drive Frederick MD 21703 38.8 miles from 20045 301-600-2255

Fredericksburg Virginia Employment Department 10304 Spotsylvania Avenue Fredericksburg VA 22408 51.8 miles from 20045 540-322-5757

About Employment Departments

Is a Job Center only for people who have been laid off or are unemployed?

No. Anyone seeking information about employment may use the services at a Job Center. Individuals who are currently working may be interested in seeking information about a career change or training opportunities at a Job Center.

What kinds of tax credits are available for employers?

The Work Opportunity Tax Credit is a federal program that offers tax credits to businesses that hire and retain veterans or individuals from groups that face significant barriers to employment. Some states offer tax credits for businesses that create and retain new jobs as a result of expansion or relocation.

Is there a cost to employers for posting jobs through Job Centers?

The services that Job Centers provide to employers are generally free. Obtaining access to a job matching system typically requires a free registration by the employer. Some Job Centers may offer enhanced services to individual employers on a fee basis.