Find a Job in Southeast Texas

We have the perfect resources to help you in your job search journey. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or just starting your career, our job search options provide a convenient and efficient way to explore job openings and land your dream job.

WorkInTexas is the state’s top source for recruiting and job search services. With real-time job matching, resume customization, and 24/7 availability, offers a user-friendly platform for finding your next job opportunity online, free of charge.

Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to sign up and register on

  1. Visit
  2. Upload your resume or create one on the site
  3. Complete your registration
  4. Start exploring job opportunities in Texas!

To complete your registration, you will need to upload a resume or create a resume in Work In Texas. If you need any assistance with this, please contact us at 877-834-5627.

Step-by-step instructions on how to sign-up and register in

Job Fairs

Join us at our upcoming job fairs and take the next step towards your dream career! Connect with top employers, submit your resume, and seize the opportunity to land your ideal job. Don’t miss out on this chance to network, learn, and secure your future. Join us now and let’s make your career goals a reality together!


With over 40,000 live job postings from various sources, this user-friendly search tool makes it easy to search for jobs based on:

· Location (i.e. Beaumont)
· Employer
· Certification
· Skills
· Job titles
· Education level
· …and more!

You can customize your search to find the perfect job opportunity that matches your preferences and qualifications. Get started with JobsConnector today and take the first step towards your next career move!

Texas Unemployment Insurance (UI) Work Search

Since November 1, 2020, the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) has reinstated the state work search requirements that were suspended due to COVID-19. Work search is a federal requirement to receive unemployment benefits, which means that if you are receiving unemployment benefits, you must actively look for new employment opportunities. However, you will continue to receive benefits as long as you show an active effort to find work. The designated number of work searches you need to complete depends on your location in Southeast Texas, and currently, the required number is three.

You can find more information about the reinstatement of work searches and what qualifies as a work search by visiting the Texas Workforce Commission.