If you are looking for a job, finding the best online source of high quality job postings can be challenging and confusing. Many popular job-search engines, while allowing job seekers access to hundreds of thousands of jobs, are also populated with job posting that have expired or even postings from employers who aren’t reputable or are out of business.
Missouri jobseekers can now take advantage of the newly re-designed jobs portal from DWD, jobs.mo.gov, where you can focus on finding quality, current job openings with established employers. How is this made possible? To post a job on jobs.mo.gov, employers must make a commitment not to charge a fee or require the purchase of any materials for a job listing, not to resell or repost job seeker’s personal information, and not to require a specific gender, age or religious preference. Employers also promise to pay at least minimum wage and are required to provide MO DWD with a valid Federal Employer ID number.
Unlike other websites, jobs.mo.gov is designed to ensure that the information job seekers submit is only used for the specific career matching purpose for which it is intended. DWD never shares, sells or trades personal information about its registrants, unless required for law enforcement of statute. The privacy of our jobseekers is extremely important!
DWD’s Tech Support Unit (TSU) spends every workday making sure the jobs listed in jobs.mo.gov meet these high standards, so that our job seeker customers – you – can feel confident and secure while obtaining employment. The newly re-designed interface should make your job search easier, safer and more productive than ever before.
The St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment (SLATE) encourages all our customers to try jobs.mo.gov and discover all it has to offer. Right now, you can browse nearly 20,000 current job postings without registration, although registration is required to apply. For an in-depth guided tour of the many ways you can use jobs.mo.gov, feel free to visit one of SLATE’s two Missouri Career Center locations.
St. Louis Agency on Training and Employment