Job Seekers

PA CareerLink LogoAt PA CareerLink® Bucks County, job seekers receive personalized assistance with finding the right job in a convenient, one-stop location. Best of all, most of our services are free!

  • Build and upload your resume
  • Polish your interviewing skills
  • Connect with training programs to gain new job skills and certifications
  • Determine your skill set and find the right job
  • Search and apply for jobs and track your progress
  • Learn about financial aid options to further your education
  • Obtain information about recruitment events in Bucks County
  • Plan the career path that is right for you
  1. Get Started
  2. Training Opportunities
  3. Assessment Services
  4. Veterans Services

How to Get Started

The first step is to contact PA CareerLink® Bucks County. That’s where you can register and be connected to a PA CareerLink® Bucks County Workforce Counselor, who will guide you every step of the way or direct you to the resources you need to self-navigate your journey to a better career. Email us at info@buckscareerlink.org or call 267-580-3501 (for TTY relay dial 711) Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

You can also get started by registering on the commonwealth’s PA CareerLink® website, where you can:

  • Access information about statewide training programs and labor statistics to help you in your employment search
  • Apply for jobs online
  • Customize or create a personal folder
  • Develop an online resume
  • View job openings

“I had such a good experience with PA Career Link® Bucks County. I appreciated the free online courses and excellent instructors. Counselors reviewed my resume and helped me prepare for interview questions, plus the job postings were great. I also achieved certificates for customer service and as a Microsoft specialist.” 

- Michelle R., Bucks County Job Seeker

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PA CareerLink® Bucks County is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. This service is 100% federally funded with WIOA funds.