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NMDWS Announces New Mobile Friendly Website

Access department information and resources from mobile devices

For Immediate Release

July 3, 2012

Contact: Joy Forehand

505.841.8450

(Albuquerque) – The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) announced the launch of the new agency mobile website. Users who visit the agency’s website, www.dws.state.nm.us, from a mobile device will automatically view the mobile version.

“So many of our customers now rely on their smart phones to access information about the agency,” said Cabinet Secretary Celina Bussey. “In redesigning our main website over the last couple of months, we decided that a mobile site would also be an important way to provide information and tools in a much more user-friendly, convenient format and improve upon our customer service.”

The new mobile website opens with a direct link to a “Quick Job Search” option, where job seekers can enter a job title that they are interested in and directly link into related jobs advertisements currently posted in the New Mexico Workforce Connection online system. The site also has a quick link to the New Mexico Workforce Connection Centers located around the state which provide valuable services and resources to job seekers and employers. By selecting the “Menu” button, the mobile site features categories of information that are available on the full website version.

NMDWS would also like to remind job seekers, employers, and other customers around the state that the newly redesigned site, www.dws.state.nm.us, has become the official department website. The department has migrated content from the old site and has continued to make improvements since the soft launch of the new site at the end of May.

 

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