WorkBC Centres are here to help you find your next job. Access job search resources, employment planning, skills assessment, training, work experience placement and more. In some cases, financial supports are available. Learn more about what financial supports you may qualify for online or in person at your local WorkBC Centre. Eligible job seekers can find support through a WorkBC Centre. You are considered unemployed if you: * are not working * are working an average of fewer than twenty (20) hours per week * are unable to work full-time because of a disability, but want to work more hours * have received a notice that you will be laid off soon * must leave your current job because of a medical reason * are at significant risk of losing your employment because of a disability *** Full time students are not considered unemployed Get started using online services or visit your nearest WorkBC Victoria office today at: * 201-1483 Douglas St. * 201-3962 Borden St. During the current COVID-19 health crisis, WorkBC Employment Services are available through our virtual service delivery channels and in-person by appointment. WorkBC Victoria is committed to providing safe and inclusive services for all persons seeking support in finding and maintaining sustainable employment. We respectfully acknowledge the unceded Coast Salish Territory of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ nations on whose land we live, work, and play, and are committed to strengthening relationships with Indigenous communities through welcoming employment services and supported access to funded programming.