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We provide resources to assist veterans in maximizing employment opportunities and transitioning into civilian life. You can search for jobs, receive priority service at Texas Workforce Solutions offices and access information on transition assistance and benefits.
TWC and the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Employment and Training Administration provide additional online job search resources to help you. Check out CareerOneStop for help with networking, résumé writing, interviewing and more.
To qualify for a work search exemption, you must meet one of the following criteria and have the exemption approved by the Unemployment Insurance (UI) Division. We will notify you in writing if you are exempt from the work search requirements.
You must register for work search within three business days of the date you applied for benefits on WorkInTexas.com, our comprehensive online job search resource. Make sure to use your Social Security number so we can verify your registration. Completing your work search registration is a separate process from applying for unemployment benefits.
If you live in Texas or regularly commute to Texas to work from a bordering state (Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, or Oklahoma), you must complete a work search registration on WorkInTexas.com. WorkInTexas.com is our comprehensive online job search resource and job matching system. WorkInTexas.com provides recruiting assistance to Texas employers of all types and sizes, and job search assistance to any individual seeking work in Texas. You can contact a Workforce Solutions office for assistance completing your registration on WorkInTexas.com. Many Workforce Solutions offices offer assistance by phone or online for your convenience, as well as in-person appointments. Check your Workforce Solutions office website for the services available.
After you apply for benefits, we send you a letter with the minimum number of work search activities you must complete each week. See the section below for information on acceptable work search activities. We also remind you of your weekly minimum work search requirement each time you request payment.
You must actively search for work and meet your minimum number of weekly work search activities to be eligible for unemployment benefits. If you work part time, you must continue to look for full-time work each week.
As the Texas economy continues to open, TWC is reinstating work search requirements, which had been suspended since March. You must complete a designated number of work searches based on your local county to continue to receive benefits.
You must document at least your minimum number of required activities every week. However, we recommend that you document all your work search efforts every week that you are receiving benefits. For unemployment purposes, a week begins on Sunday and ends on Saturday.
We may request your work search log for any week or number of weeks at any time during your benefit year. Keep all your work search logs for your entire benefit year, or for as long as you are receiving unemployment benefits, whichever is longer. If you are selected to submit your log, we send a notice to you.
Send a copy to TWC only if we request it, using the address or fax number we give you. You can also upload your work search log using our secure online UI Submission Portal. Once received, we will verify your activities.
All work search information you provide to TWC must be true and accurate. Intentionally giving false statements about work search activities constitutes fraud and can result in loss of benefits, overpayments on your claim, and criminal prosecution. For more information, see Unemployment Benefits Fraud.
Reminder: When you apply for a job, you should not ask for a wage that is higher than what other people earn for that type of job in your area. Research local wages for that type of job and ask for a similar wage amount. To explore career opportunities and compare wages by occu