Hoosier Talent Network can help those looking for work

(Photo supplied/Indiana Department of Workforce Development)

If you are out of work or need a job change, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development says there is a new tool to help you out.

The DWD has released what is called the Hoosier Talent Network from Eightfold AI to connect employers with workers to help them find the right opportunities in the right locations.

There are more than 135,000 jobs open.

You can visit to explore new job opportunities and upload your resume or create a profile of your work history, skills, and hobbies.

“This is a state-supported program committed to bringing our people back to work,” DWD Commissioner Fred Payne said. “We are here to support those in need, and the Hoosier Talent Network is another resource the DWD offers to help Hoosiers improve their lives.”

Companies that are hiring can also use the website.

“The Hoosier Talent Network will open up new doors for employers and connect them with the job seekers who are the best matches for their current workforce needs,” said Chad Carter, DWD’s Hoosier Talent Network project leader. “This platform has the capability to be a gamechanger in getting the state’s employers back on track for future success after the employment challenges of 2020.”

The job openings posted on the website cover a wide variety of occupations and skill levels.

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