Building Tomorrow’s Job Skills

Matching the right skills to the right job can seem like a challenge—for both employers and job-seekers. Here in Region 5, we have resources for entrepreneurs to develop training programs for specific needs; and we can match job-seekers with programs to help you brush up your skills.

 

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Little Falls Workforce Center
Our workforce and business development representatives can help you find the right workers, publicize jobs, and access workforce data.

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Brainerd Workforce Center
Our workforce and business development representatives can help you find the right workers, publicize jobs, and access workforce data.

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Wadena Workforce Center
Our workforce and business development representatives can help you find the right workers, publicize jobs, and access workforce data.

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Minnesota Employment and Economic Development
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) is the state's principal economic development agency. DEED programs promote business recruitment, expansion, and retention; international trade; workforce development; and community development.

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Rural Minnesota Concentrated Employment Program
Making employment dreams a reality has been our goal for over forty years. We exist to assist people, employers and communities achieve success in meeting their economic goals. Our experienced staff provides multiple services to job seekers and employers, whether it’s a high school youth learning to navigate the job seeking system for the first time or person dislocated from a long time job needing...

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Welcome to Region 5 — and The Good Life

Located at the heart of Minnesota’s 10,000 lakes, Region 5 is a destination for recreation, industry, and employment.

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