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No matter how you say “welcome,” if you are a new American, West Michigan Works! can provide opportunities to find a satisfying career in the United States. Refugee and immigrant navigators can provide specialized assistance to help you start your new life. Here are a few ways that we can ...
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Hay más de 43,000 Hispanohablantes que viven en el condado de Kent, de acuerdo con la 2013-2017 Encuesta de la Comunidad Americana. Para cuidar mejor los residentes de la zona, West Michigan Works! recientemente lanzó un sitio web en español:  es.westmiworks.org. Hispanohablantes pueden encontrar en su idioma primario cómo comenzar ...
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Did you know West Michigan Works! regularly hosts employer of the day events where job seekers can meet local employers face-to-face and learn about job opportunities at their company? We recently chatted with Tory, a business solutions representative at West Michigan Works!, to find out what job seekers can expect ...
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The average job search process takes over six weeks and can be longer depending on the industry and level of the position. If you’re unemployed, you need to make job search your full-time job to get the fastest results. West Michigan Works! provides free services to help you at every ...
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Your first visit to a Michigan Works! service center might have been to register for work. Now that you’re registered for work and receiving unemployment benefits, it’s time to jump start your job search.  We can help! What else does West Michigan Works! do? Job search: West Michigan employers are ...
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There are two steps to file for unemployment insurance: 1) apply for unemployment and 2) register to work.  Here’s an overview of how to apply for unemployment insurance. If you have specific questions, please contact the Unemployment Insurance Problem Resolution Office at 866-500-0017 or use the UIA phone in our ...
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