Update Your Skills
Whether you are unemployed, or just want to keep up with a changing workplace, we can help you develop the skills you desire.
To prepare for today's in-demand jobs, you need to know what credentials employers are looking for. Our list of industry-valued credentials helps you make informed career plans.Learn more about industry-valued credentials
Demand Occupations List
Find occupations "in demand" across the state. The Demand Occupations List brings together information about current job openings, trends and projections in employment and labor supply, and other current indicators of the labor market.
Training and Education Opportunities
New Jersey offers training programs and education funding for qualifying candidates. Eligibility depends on a number of factors and can best be determined by speaking directly with a member of our One-Stop Career Center staff.Read more about your training and education options
7 out of 10 employers
say they would be willing to train a candidate on the job
Understand Your Financial Aid Options
Most students who attend a two-year or four-year college are eligible for at least one of the three following types of student financial aid options offered by the federal government: loans, grants and work-study programs.Learn more about financial aid
Learn About Registered Apprenticeships
Registered apprenticeship is an earn-while-you-learn approach to launching an exciting career in one of hundreds of different occupations, from trades in construction to culinary services. Apprentices receive a combination of on-the-job training (OJT) and related technical instruction (RTI) to master the practical and theoretical aspects of a skilled occupation.Find out if a registered apprenticeship is right for you
Learning on Your Own
Continuous learning is the only way to remain competitive in an economy that is continuously changing. Your ability to acquire new skills will help you successfully adapt in today's employment landscape.