Employment and Financial Resources
Employment and Financial Resources
- Job Search Resources
- Employee Protection Resources
Financial Assistance Resources
- Educational Resources
Job Search Engines
Indeed is the #1 job site in the world1 with over 250 million unique visitors2 every month. Indeed strives to put job seekers first, giving them free access to search for jobs, post resumes, and research companies. Every day, we connect millions of people to new opportunities.
LinkedIn is an American business- and employment-oriented online service that operates via websites and mobile apps. Launched on May 5, 2003, the platform is primarily used for professional networking and career development, and allows job seekers to post their CVs and employers to post jobs.
Idealist connects millions of idealists - people who want to do good - with opportunities for action and collaboration all over the world. A job search engine for non-profit companies or positions.
USAJOBS connects job seekers with federal employment opportunities across the United States and around the world. As the Federal Government's official employment site, USAJOBS helps the right people find the right jobs.
GovernmentJobs.com is the largest public sector job board in the country with thousands of open positions looking for qualified candidates like you. Automatically save your applications in a centralized place so you can keep track of where you've applied and check the status of your submission.
HigherEdJobs is the leading source for jobs and career information in academia. More colleges and universities trust HigherEdJobs to recruit faculty and administrators than any other source. Each month our site is visited by more than 1.5 million higher education professionals who rely not only on our comprehensive list of jobs, but also on our news and career advice.
Employee Protection Resources
U.S. Department of Labor
To foster, promote, and develop the welfare of the wage earners, job seekers, and retirees of the United States; improve working conditions; advance opportunities for profitable employment; and assure work-related benefits and rights.
Division of Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation (DEEOIC)
As the Division of Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation (DEEOIC), our mission, under the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act (EEOICPA), is to protect the interests of workers who were injured or became ill on the job, or their families, by making timely, appropriate, and accurate decisions on claims and providing prompt payment of benefits to eligible claimants.
Office of the Labor Commissioner (OLC) - Nevada
The Office of the Labor Commissioner (OLC) is the principal wage and hour and labor regulatory agency for the State of Nevada. The OLC is responsible for ensuring that minimum wage, prevailing wage, and overtime are paid to employees in Nevada, and that employee rest, break, and lunch periods are provided. In addition, the OLC has authority over the employment of minors and other employment practices.
Arriba Las Vegas Worker Center
Our mission at Arriba Las Vegas is to organize, inform, and empower immigrant workers and worker led movements for inclusion, dignity, and win justice for all.
Democratic Socialists of America - Las Vegas Chapter
To dismantle inequity and restructure our political-economy, we hope to empower everyday people like you to fight for change through campaigns and educational initiatives. Together we can impact our community for the better and fulfill our nation's promise of democracy.
Financial Assistance Resources
Rural Development (RD)
RD helps rural areas to develop and grow by offering Federal assistance that improves quality of life. RD targets communities in need and then empowers them with financial and technical resources.
Rural Utilities Service (RUS)
RUS provides financing to build or improve infrastructure in rural communities. This includes water and waste treatment, electric power and telecommunications services. These services help expand economic opportunities and improve the quality of life for rural residents.
Rural Housing Service (RHS)
RHS offers a variety of programs to build or improve housing and essential community facilities in rural areas. RHS offers loans, grants and loan guarantees for single- and multi-family housing, child care centers, fire and police stations, hospitals, libraries, nursing homes, schools, first responder vehicles and equipment, housing for farm laborers and much more.
Rural Business-Cooperative Service (RBS)
RBS offers programs to help businesses grow as well as job training for people living in rural areas. These programs help provide the capital, training, education and entrepreneurial skills that can help people living in rural areas start and grow businesses or find jobs in agricultural markets and in the bio-based economy.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program offers free tax help to people who generally make $52,000 or less, persons with disabilities, and limited English speaking taxpayers who need assistance in preparing their own tax returns. IRS-certified volunteers provide free basic income tax return preparation with electronic filing to qualified individuals.
Child Care Subsidy Program
The CCDF Child Care Program assists low-income families, families receiving temporary public assistance and those transitioning from public assistance in obtaining child care so they can work. CCDF funds are also used for Quality activities to improve the quality of child care by financially assisting child care providers in their professional development and maintaining healthy, safe, appropriate learning environments for children 0 to 12 years of age.
Eldercare Toolkit for State Employees and Supervisors
A life-limiting illness or death is one of the most difficult situations faced by employees, co-workers and the workplace. As the aging population increases, more DHHS employees are becoming caregivers of their parents or other aging relatives. Juggling the demands of work and caregiving is challenging!
Manager toolkit to support caregivers
Caregivers who were already juggling the responsibilities of work and home are currently facing unprecedented challenges due to the COVID-19 emergency. This toolkit will help managers analyze where there might be operational flexibility and consider creative ways to manage workloads along with providing other ways to support staff with caregiving responsibilities.
Work and Eldercare
Caregiving impacts not only a growing number of individuals, but their families and their workplaces as well. According to recent studies, 60% of caregivers were employed in the last year and over half of these work full time. The average age of caregivers is 49-a peak year for earnings and for career achievement. Women take on slightly more responsibility for care, but men are also greatly impacted.