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Welcome to Puerto Rico's Labor Exchange System!

Welcome to the Puerto Rico Job Bank - The Puerto Rico Job Bank is a powerful online tool specifically designed to connect individuals who are seeking employment with employers who have the jobs. This online resource is another component of the Workforce System network of workforce services and resources. Whether you are looking for workforce resources, new employees,training or job opportunities, the Job Bank and the partners of the Local Workfroce System in Puerto Rico, is your source. Visit your nearest American Job Center.
Job Seekers - As a job seeker, when you join or register in the Puerto Rico National Labor Exchange you will have access to a vast network of employers in search of job seekers to fill in their jobs. You can post your resume online and will get access to skills transferability tools like My Next Move and My Skills My Future. Start your search by registering for a Job Seeker account. Once registered, you will be able to search for a job, post your resume, turn on an “Agent” to notify you of jobs that fit your search criteria, and lots of other valuable job search utilities.
Employers - If you are an employer you will find a network of jobseekers in search of employment and can search their resumes online.


Create Employer Account
Post Jobs for Free
Job Indexing Form
Manage Your Account
Federal Compliance


Job Search

Employer Resources

Hire VETS Medallion Program
Federal Contractors OFCCP Assistance Guides

Job Seeker Resources

My Next Move
My Skills My Future
O*Net Interest Profiler

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Disclaimer: In conducting placement activities, the Puerto Rico Department of Labor and Human Resources (PRDOLHR), acts as a portal for prospective employees and businesses. The PRDOLHR does not represent or guarantee the truthfulness, accuracy, or reliability of information supplied by prospective employees or businesses, nor does it engage in any form of screening or independent investigation of prospective employees and businesses other than matching a prospective employee’s self-stated qualifications to those prescribed by a business. The PRDOLHR is not responsible for any employment decisions made by prospective employees or businesses, for whatever reason made. Puerto Rico Laws may limit the types of disclosures that the PRDLHR can make to a business regarding a prospective employee. Businesses should not forgo any form of screening otherwise prudent to ensure a prospective employee’s qualifications and background meets the needs of the workplace.