The Vermont Department of Labor (VDOL) oversees unemployment insurance, workers' compensation, occupational safety, workforce development, wage and hour standards, and economic and labor market information.
Vermont JobLink is a job-matching and labor market information system for job-seekers, employers, and training providers.
VDOL's 12 regional Career Resource Centers offer services to employers (ie interview space, job posting, hiring incentives, workforce training, etc.) and job-seekers (ie internet access and computers, education and training resources, employer info, veterans' services, etc.)
The Vermont Economic & Labor Market (ELMI) Division is a federally-funded state partner of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics that produces, explains, and disseminates economic data for the benefit of the State of Vermont, educational institutes, employers, students, job-seekers, researchers, and the general public.
Vermont Registered Apprenticeship is an employer-sponsored training program that includes both supervised work experience and related instruction.
Vermont's Eligible Training Provider List (ETPL) describes all approved training and education programs for which WIOA funds may be used.