For more information about work search reporting requirements for Unemployment Insurance or
for information regarding the end of the EUC program please go to www.dws.state.nm.us.
All official emails from the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions and the Unemployment Insurance Operations Center have the domain of “state.nm.us”.
For example, official emails from the department would look like this: @email@example.com. There are some phishing email scams currently going on such as ones from “unemployment-assist.com.”
Do not open these emails, and be sure to delete these from your inbox.
The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions' Workforce Connection brings together workforce development services such as employment, training, education, and more, in a customer-friendly central location where businesses, job seekers, workers, and employers can find answers to their workforce questions.
Need more information about the services that the New Mexico Workforce Connection system provides? We'll help you locate the local One Stop Center and/or the Workforce Development Center nearest you, so you can get all of your questions answered.
This page contains links to forms that you might be required to fill out in order to receive or be eligible for services.
Changes happen every day that affect New Mexico's labor workforce and businesses. Whether it's new tax laws or a change in employment trends, if it matters to New Mexico, you'll find it here.
The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions provides Frequently Asked Questions pages for several topics of interest to workers and employers.
List of current Job Fairs in NM.