Searching for a job can be overwhelming. There are so many places online to look for job postings that it’s hard to know where to begin. To help you get started, we’ve added a new tool to our website.
Our new Find a Job page lists a number of organizations that have job search resources that can help you pursue your employment. This webpage includes a chart that you can use to compare the features that the various organizations provide, such as job boards, resume services and social networking opportunities. Some of the organizations also offer an employer directory and access to recruiters.
Receive the support you need!
In addition to the resources listed on the Find a Job page, you can receive more comprehensive support by using the Find Help tool to find a service provider that offers personalized assistance as you pursue the goal of achieving financial independence through work.
By participating in the Ticket to Work (Ticket) program, you’ll have access to a wide variety of services from Ticket program service providers that offer free short-term and long-term supports to help you find and maintain employment.
Curious about which service provider is right for you? Get help for your path to work and learn more about how to choose a service provider that best meets your needs.
Each type of service provider offers different services. To make an informed choice among them, it’s important to understand what each provider does. Read Meet Your Employment Team to learn more.
There’s a lot to consider when job searching and it can be tough trying to do everything on your own. Social Security’s Ticket to Work (Ticket) program is designed to support people ages 18 through 64 who receive Social Security disability benefits (SSDI/SSI) and want to work. The Ticket program is not a direct hiring program. However, it can connect job seekers with disabilities to job search resources and other employment services and information.