Career Seeker Resources
Centralina Career Headlight
Centralina Workforce Development Board in collaboration with the Centralina Council of Governments and other regional partners, launched the region's new career tool Centralina Career Headlight to help career seekers identify careers and jobs available in our region, the skills required for these positions, and where to get the necessary training for these jobs.
“Job seekers, local government officials and employers in our region have all told us there needs to be a better way to match up people seeking careers with good paying in-demand jobs locally and in the region,” said David Hollars, Centralina Workforce Board Director. “Career Headlight meets this need.”
Visit Centralina Career Headlight now to identify rewarding local careers and jobs, identify the skills needed, and learn how and where to get the training in the region.
Get Noticed by Employers
NCWorks Online is the state’s official job search portal. Upload your resume, match your skills with those required for a job, get information on training opportunities, and check out real-time labor market information. Learn More »
Find Training Providers
Career seekers wanting to upgrade their skills and tap into valuable training should visit the NCWorks Online training provider list. It supports career seekers in making cost-effective decisions about training providers.
Learn about the jobs and skills that are in demand in our region.
Whether you’re looking for a job, making a career change, or desire to increase your earning potential, it’s important to learn as much as you can about the career options available in your chosen field. Use the NC Department of Commerce website to learn about hot jobs in our region and explore the education levels needed for these opportunities. Download the list
Current Workforce Trends
2015 Centralina Region Highest Ranked Industries – data and charts on high growth industries in our region from Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc.
2015 Centralina Region Highest Ranked Occupations – data and charts on high growth occupations in our region from Economic Modeling Specialists, Inc.
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