Career Services


Under the guidance of the Pinal County Workforce Development Board, ARIZONA@WORK Pinal County provides services to Pinal County job seekers to prepare for employment. 

ARIZONA@WORK Pinal County is here to help! We can assist you with your job search.  To speak with an ARIZONA@WORK Pinal County Representative, call (520) 509-3555.

No-Cost Career Services

  • Job referrals and recommendations
  • Access to computers with Internet, fax machines, and copiers
  • In-demand training opportunities (qualified candidates)
  • Job search assistance
  • Resume assistance
  • Disability assessments and training
  • Assistive technology equipment and training
  • On-the-Job Training
  • Lay-off assistance
  • Support for Arizona's veterans and job seekers with disabilities

Are You Job Ready? 

  • Do you have reliable transportation?
  • Do you have access to childcare (if needed)?
  • Do you have an updated resume & cover letter? 
  • Do you have the minimum job requirements for your target job?
  • Do you have basic computer skills?
  • Are you confident to go on a job interview?
"Didn't answer "Yes" to all the questions above? No problem! ARIZONA@WORK Pinal County is here to help! If you answered "Yes" to all the questions - Great! - we can still assist you with your job search. "

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