Welcome to WorkSource Oregon!
WorkSource Oregon, the state's public workforce system is here to help you get a job, increase your skills, and explore training options. Oregonians looking for work should visit their nearest WorkSource Oregon Center to find staff and services dedicated to helping Oregonians get back to work. The Job Seeker Resources on this website are additional online resources to assist you.
Train Oregon – Occupational Training Online Train Oregon is WorkSource Oregon's free online skill-building gateway that provides access to thousands of hours of career preparatory and training content. Whether you want to develop your leadership skills, brush up your interviewing techniques or learn a new software programming language, Train Oregon can help through on-demand modular learning experiences. For more information visit Train Oregon.
Earned Income Tax Credit Employees may be eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC or EIC), a benefit for working people with low to moderate income, particularly those with children. EITC reduces the amount of tax owed and may provide a refund. Visit these websites for additional information about how to qualify: Federal: Internal Revenue Service (https://www.irs.gov/credits-deductions/individuals/earned-income-tax-credit) Oregon: Department of Revenue (https://www.oregon.gov/DOR/programs/individuals/Pages/credits.aspx) Additional information on what the IRS considers earned income is available online (https://www.irs.gov/credits-deductions/individuals/earned-income-tax-credit/earned-income) The statement is informational only. The Employment Department cannot provide tax advice.
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Google offers an automatic translation service providing translations of webpages in different languages.
Google Translate is one of the most respected and widely-used automated translation services available. However, all automatic translations have limitations.
The Oregon Employment Department has decided to use Google Translate to provide improved access as a service to our customers. Please notice that if you use the website search program, it may only recognize words and phrases in English. If you key in a Spanish question, the system will return the results in Spanish.
Be aware that translated pages may not be bookmarked by your browser. If there is information on a webpage that is important to retain, you may want to print a copy of that page.
We cannot guarantee that Google Translate can translate all types of Internet technology. Therefore, it is possible that certain applications and webpages will appear in English.
If you still have questions about Google Translate, or would like to provide feedback, please take a look at the Google Translate discussion group.