Dubuque Workforce Development
680 Main Street, 2nd Floor
Dubuque, IA 52001
Telephone: (563) 556-5800 or
Fax: (563) 556-0154
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. - Wednesday
To Find Our Office
Our IowaWORKS Centers provide
quality one-on-one customer services. We will assist you with employment
recruitment, retention and retraining with a variety of other employment
assistance, such as:
• Resource Center – Contains the tools needed to prepare résumés,
work on self-assessments and skill development, and research local,
state and national wage and occupational information. Computers are
available for use to prepare and print résumés and cover letters.
• Skill Assessment and Career Counseling – Testing services to
assist job seekers in identifying skills, interests, abilities and
training needs to develop a comprehensive employment plan. Help is also
available for upgrading current job skills or learning new ones.
• Job Search Training – Training on the most current job seeking
skills to find and to keep a job.
• Iowa’s Job Bank – Computerized job bank, an affiliate of
America’s Job Central National Labor Exchange, helps employers and job seekers find each other.
Employers list their job openings and job seekers can register for
• Placement – Job seekers receive referral information on jobs
and applications with local employers. The skills and interests of job
seekers are matched with the right job.
• Labor Market Information – Information on current wage rates,
future job projections, top county employers and economic conditions.
These resources are available electronically, on the Internet and in
• Specialized Services – Specialized employment and training
services are available for veterans, welfare recipients and youth.
• Income and Support Services – Our IowaWORKS Centers
help dislocated workers file unemployment claims. Income and support
services are available for laid-off workers while they look for
employment or pursue training. Support assistance is also offered to
public assistance participants who are transitioning from public
assistance to self-sufficiency.
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