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As a division of the Department of Economic Development (DED), we strive to enhance Missouri’s economy by:

  • Helping job seekers find gainful employment with family sustaining wages and
  • Providing businesses with a skilled, trained workforce to successfully compete in the global economy

A statewide network of Missouri Job Centers and partner organizations allow us to offer a wide array of vital services to Missouri’s job seekers and businesses.

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Missouri's Career Education delivery system consists of 519 local education agencies.  These local education agencies include 437 comprehensive high school districts (53 with area career centers), one state technical college, 12 community college districts (four with area career centers), seven four-year institutions, and two state agencies.  The network of area career centers provides an economical source of occupational-specific skill training which is available to residents within each school's service delivery area.

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http://ithu.se/category/oer/page/2 Division of Employment Security
Collects tax contributions from employers and pays unemployment benefits to individuals who are determined eligible under the law.

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Regulates wages and wage rates and promotes safe working environments.

State Board of Mediation
Determines the appropriate bargaining unit for public employees and regulates utility labor relations.

Missouri Commission on Human Rights
Enforces and adjudicates Missouri's anti-discriminatory, fair housing, employment, and public accommodation statutes.


The Illinois Department of Employment Security encourages economic growth and stability in Illinois by providing Employment Services to Illinois residents and employers, analyzing and disseminating essential Labor Market Information, and administering Unemployment Insurance programs.