Helpful Links
The website is Ohio's premier website for employment and employer services.  

Ohio Education Research Center

The State of Ohio has a new tool in its workforce data toolbox. The new Employment Projections Tool provides job seekers with information on job openings, growth, and wages by occupation in Ohio. Visitors to the new website can view data for the entire state and by JobsOhio region. The Employment Projections Tool is an interactive tool that answers questions of interest to job seekers, career services providers, and other stakeholders, like:

  • How many people currently work in different occupations?
  • What occupations are growing in Ohio?
  • How many job openings exist in in-demand occupations?
  • What do workers earn in different occupations, and do wages vary among regions?
  • What degrees or credentials are typical of people working in different occupation?

Job seekers or career services providers can use this data to inform individual decisions by identifying large or growing occupations. Education administrators may use the tool to identify growing occupations that may benefit from additional training programs.


Ohio Office of Unemployment Compensation

Information for Employers and Unemployed Workers.

Ohio Department of Job and Family Services
Searchable list of government jobs in Ohio that is maintained by the Centralized Recruitment Office.


USAJOBS is the Federal Government's official one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information.


The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Veterans Services website.


U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs - Employment Services

U.S. Department of Labor
Information about Disability Resources.  

Federal Citizen Information Center
Provides information for everyday consumer issues.

Provides a source of vetted defense and private security jobs. Silent Professionals helps transitioning Service Members and Veterans find work using the skills gained from military service

Education Links

Ohio Department of Education - Aspire

The Ohio Department of Educations' Aspire program, formerly the Adult Basic and Literacy program, helps adults build the skills they need to become employed or pursue higher education or training. Aspire serves Ohioans that have less than a 12th grade education or the equivalent and who are beyond age 18.

Ohio Education and Training Voucher Program

Financial information for foster youth and former foster youth which enable them to pursue college, university and/or vocational training institutions.

Ohio Department of Education

Information on Ohio's education system including academic content standards, statewide testing,state and local report cards, federal law, educational tools and more.

Tri-County Career Center  
Tri-County Career Center offers both high school and adult educational programs.  Their goal is to inspire, challenge and prepare students to reach their career potential.  

Ohio University

Ohio University Financial Aid & Scholarship information

Hocking College

Educational Opportunities for Veterans

A wide range of programs and services are available in Ohio to help veterans with educational programs. The state of Ohio created this website to assist veterans who are interested in furthering their education.

Learning Express Library

Learning Express Library is a comprehensive, interactive online practice tests and tutorial course series designed to help students and adult learners succeed on the academic or licensing tests they must pass. You'll get immediate scoring, complete answer explanations, and an individualized analysis of your results.

FAFSA - U.S. Department of Education FREE Application for Federal Student AidWeb Site. Also, you can apply for, retrieve and manage your Federal Department of Education Personal Identification Number here.

Military-Friendly College
The site offers information about the government benefits for military students.   The 
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) estimates that more than 21 million veterans and active-duty military personnel live in the U.S. Every year, roughly one million of these individuals use some form of VA-administered educational benefit, and thousands more receive additional financial assistance or reduced tuition from military-friendly colleges and universities.

U.S. Department of Education 
Find the right fit with the U.S. Department of Education's College Scoreboard.  Find out about colleges: their programs, costs, admissions, results, and more.   

Links Related To Finances

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

Where's My Refund?

360 Degrees of Financial Literacy
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants has a website offering financial advice for handling college, marriage, parenthood, home ownership, and other life stages.

Free Annual Credit Reports 

This site allows you to request a free credit file disclosure, commonly called a credit report, once every 12 months from each of the nationwide consumer credit reporting companies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. is your gateway to federal loan information.

Financial Aid for Military & Veterans 
This site provides an overview of financial aid options for active military and veterans.  Included on this site is a list of available scholarships.

Avoid IdentityTheft with the

This website is a one-stop national resource to learn about the crime of identity theft. It provides detailed information to help you deter, detect, and defend against identity theft.

Veteran Owned Business

Veterans guide to starting and financing a small business.