(Washington, DC) – Nevada will get $1.1-million to help jobless workers find new employment. The Labor Department says the money will be used to conduct in-person assessments for those who get unemployment checks, matching their skills with available openings. More than three-dozen states will get over $65-million through the Re-employment and Eligibility Assessment initiative.
Nevada Gets Funding To Help Jobless
May 8, 2012 5:29 AM