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(WASHINGTON, DC) – As part of Washington DC’s reopening, the Department of Employment Services (DOES) will begin providing in-person services at the American Job Center at 4058 Minnesota Avenue NE, Washington DC 20019.
DOES Feature Content A
Claims and Disputes
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The 2022 Mayor Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program (MBSYEP) Certifications will end Saturday, March 12, 2022. Go to summerjobs.dc.govLearn more
The DC Office of Unemployment Compensation (OUC) is a resource to help DC residents, workers, and employers overcome workforce challenges. The primary goal of the Unemployment Insurance (UI) program is to provide temporary wage replacement to eligible unemployed individuals. This support also helps to stimulate the local economy by maintaining a level of consumer spending during an economic decline.Learn more
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The Department of Employment Services (DOES) mission is to connect District residents, job seekers, and employers to opportunities and resources that empower fair, safe, effective working communities.Learn more
DOES en español
DOES en español will allow Spanish speaking customers to access information about the programs and services offered by the Department of Employment Services in Spanish.
DOES en español permitirá a los clientes de habla hispana acceder a información sobre los programas y servicios ofrecidos por el Departamento de Servicios de Empleo en español.