- Associated Press - Sunday, July 3, 2016

AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - Maine’s Department of Labor is overhauling the Maine Job Bank over the course of the holiday weekend.

State officials say the job bank will be relaunched as Maine JobLink and it will be a cloud-based jobs board with improved features such as better search functions and job notifications via email.

The job bank went offline on Wednesday and will relaunch on July 5.

Other new facets of the relaunched Maine JobLink will be a professional resume building tool, support for more than 60 languages and a design that works on mobile devices.

The job bank is used by people who are seeking jobs as well as employers who are looking for workers.


This story has been corrected to remove a reference to using JobLink to file for unemployment benefits. That is not a feature of the new job bank.

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