King County Employment Department

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


Washington State Employment Department 20311 52nd Avenue West Lynnwood WA 98036 31.2 miles from King County 425-673-3300


Lewis County Employment Department 151 Northeast Hampe Way Chehalis WA 98532 76.6 miles from King County 360-740-6889

Beaverton Employment Department 241 Southwest Edgeway Drive Beaverton OR 97006 144.9 miles from King County 503-526-2700

Oregon Employment Department 265 Southeast Oak Street Hillsboro OR 97123 146.8 miles from King County 503-681-0219

Oregon City Employment Department 506 High Street Oregon OR 97045 152.0 miles from King County 503-451-2400

Salem Employment Department 605 Cottage Street Northeast Salem OR 97301 185.0 miles from King County 503-378-4846

Bend - Employment Department 243 Southwest 3rd Street Madras OR 97741 200.3 miles from King County 541-475-7118

Bend Employment Department 2321 Northeast 3rd Street Prineville OR 97754 225.6 miles from King County 541-447-9292

Baker City Employment Department 1575 Dewey Avenue Baker OR 97814 268.2 miles from King County 541-523-6331

OR Employment Department 846 Southeast Pine Street Roseburg OR 97470 304.9 miles from King County 541-440-3344

Butte County Community Employment Department 2445 Carmichael Drive Chico CA 95928 537.1 miles from King County 530-895-4364

Butte County Employment Department 629 Entler Avenue Chico CA 95928 538.0 miles from King County 530-895-4364

Employment Departments by County

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.