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If your looking for work in Humboldt County their are plenty of resources available on the web where you can find job postings from local sources like the Lost Coast Outpost and The Times Standard. If you know the industry you wish to work in, you can also explore businesses by category using our zoom prospector tool Here, and find the employer you want to work for or find out more about a prospective employer. We also partner with the staffing agencies listed below, which are tailored to help our residents find the right job for them.
Smart Business Resource Center assists job seekers in obtaining employment and helps employers to meet the growth, retention, training and staffing needs of their business. We are your workforce center in Redding, CA including Shasta, Trinity and Humboldt counties, providing services to you at low or no cost
Express Employment Professionals puts people to work in all types of jobs. When you work with Express, you build a relationship with a team of employment professionals in your community who have, in turn, built personal relationships with the businesses that are hiring. Whether you’re looking for a short-term job to supplement your income or you’re building a new career, we offer the flexibility to work the way you want.
Whatever your employments needs are, we have the resources, solutions, and the experience to help. Simply put, putting our 35-years of experience on your team will guarantee success! We like to say that putting us on your team is like hiring a complete Human Resources department.
Besides exploring the area yourself, here are two local resources that can help visitors and residents alike find out more about the History of Humboldt and what it has to offer today.
The Humboldt County Visitors Bureau operates visitredwoods.com, a one-stop shop for vacationers to plan their trip to the redwood Coast.
The Eureka Visitor Center is located at the Clarke Museum at 240 E Street in Eureka. The Visitor Center features a concierge service and a gift shop full of locally made products.