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WorkBC Employment Services

Looking for work? WorkBC can help! WorkBC connects job seekers and employers – helping people find jobs, explore career options and improve their skills, and helping employers find the right talent and grow their businesses. Whether you’re a parent, youth, teacher, career and employment counsellor, human resources professional, researcher or decision-maker, WorkBC’s tools, resources and services can benefit you.

For Job Seekers

Programs & Services

WorkBC’s free employment services can help you find – and keep – a job. Each centre caters specifically to the employment needs of local residents. Trained staff will help you access the services and resources you need including:

  • Job search services and resources
  • Skills enhancement
  • Work experience placements (wage subsidy)
  • Personal employment planning
  • Self employment

Job search resources

Every WorkBC Centre has a fully staffed resource room and offers free tools to help you with your job search, including:

  • Computers & internet access
  • Telephones & faxing
  • Photocopy & scanning
  • Multilingual services
  • Job boards and postings
  • Job search workshops
  • Referrals to other community supports

Issue Resolution

Full dispute resolution policy



Every unemployed British Columbian who is eligible to work in BC can visit a WorkBC Centre for information, services, and programs to help you start and succeed in your job search.

WorkBC Centres also offer customized services and resources that support the following specialized populations:

  • People with disabilities
  • Indigenous
  • Francophone
  • Immigrants
  • Mature workers
  • Single parents
  • Survivors of violence and abuse
  • Youth & youth at risk
  • Individuals with multiple barriers
  • Women

For Employers

WorkBC's Wage Subsidy Program

Visit a WorkBC Centre today!

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