Unemployment Resources for Georgia Residents 

If your job has been impacted by COVID-19, click the link above to visit the Georgia Department of Labor website for information on how to file for unemployment.

Free Resume Builders

Learning Express Library- Job and Career Accelerator 

Choose from several straightforward designs to build a resume or cover letter. Input information into easy-to-use boxes and the program will format the resume for you. Download as a PDF or Word document. Resume Builder

Choose from a wide variety of templates to create a resume. Download as a PDF. No account needed.

Job and Career Search Websites

Worksource Georgia Portal

Search for job openings listed by the Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) and other sources.

Team Georgia Careers

Employment information and career opportunities in Georgia government.

Georgia Local Government Access Marketplace 

Employment opportunities with local Georgia government.


Employment opportunities in the federal government.

Career OneStop

Search for jobs, find information on writing a resume, interviewing, and networking.

National Labor Exchange

Employment services from other state workforce agencies.


The largest employment website for job seekers with disabilities.

A network for people with disabilities seeking employment and employers committed to hiring people with disabilities.

Other Frequently used job search websites:

Job and Career Resources

JAN- Job Accommodation Network

The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues.

Learning Express Library- Job and Career Accelerator 

Powerful tools and guidance to help you achieve your career goals including a resume and cover letter builder, occupational exam prep, and computer skills builder.

Small Business and Entrepreneurs

Add-a-subheadingEntrepreneurial Mindset Training Course

This self-paced, online training course has approximately ten hours of narrated “chalkboard” lectures that include interview segments with real-world entrepreneurs. This course is a learning experience that reveals the underlying logic and the methods that will empower you to think (and act) like an entrepreneur.

U.S. Small Business Administration

Learn more about available SBA loan and debt relief options from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

University of Georgia Small Business Development Center

The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center’s goal is to enhance the economic well-being of Georgians by providing a wide range of educational services for small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs.

Georgia Department of Economic Development

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Free digital training courses and tools to help your small business adapt, grow, and better serve your community.

Apply for a Library Card

PINES library cards are free for all Georgia residents. You must present a valid photo ID showing current Georgia address. A parent or legal guardian must be present to register a child under 18.  There is no longer a charge to replace a lost or stolen card.  A card is not required to attend programs or visit the library, however, you must have your card or show your card on the PINES app to check out items.

You can also apply for a PINES e-card online! Click here to fill out the form.

An e-card provides immediate access to your library’s online resources, including our digital library and learning resources. If you’d like to upgrade to a full PINES card in order to check out library books and other materials, please bring your e-card account number and your photo ID to any PINES library to complete the registration process. If you have any questions, please call your local library for assistance.