Prince William County's Workforce
Prince William County businesses draw from one of the most highly-educated workforce talent pools in the United States.
Workforce development is a key focus area for our team, leveraging a diverse network of public, private, and non-profit service providers to help connect Prince William County businesses and job seekers.
Those efforts include:
Constantly marketing the county for talent attraction;
Building the workforce pipeline through recruiting, retention, and training efforts;
Leveraging education partners (K-12 and higher education) to meet the needs of the workforce;
Creating programs that train and grow Prince William County's labor force;
Highlighting career expos and career pathways;
Collaborating with community partners for education and awareness of labor force services.
Resources for Job Seekers
Prince William County has partnered with Virginia Career Works (VCW) – Northern to launch ELEVATE: Building Business and Careers, which provides no-cost employment assistance to meet the needs of our community. If you are unemployed or underemployed, explore the links below to find career opportunities, training programs, and free resources to help get you back on your feet.
Resources for Employers
The Incumbent Worker Training Initiative provides funding to Prince William County employers who want to upgrade the skills of their current employees to enhance their expertise in the workplace, avert layoffs, and make their business more competitive.