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This project is part of the Liverpool City Region ESF Ways to Work Programme and is part-funded by the European Social Fund and the Youth Employment Initiative.

Welcome to Liverpool In Work. We've helped hundreds of people in your local area find the right job or training. We also work closely with employers to find the right person to fill your job.


During this most difficult of times, our Liverpool in Work and Ways to Work teams are fully committed to supporting residents to find employment.  

We have had to cease all face to face meetings but we are still available to offer you advice and guidance both over the phone and by email.

Our staff are still available to help regarding all aspects of finding work, training, volunteering, access to latest vacancies etc

To access our advisors,  please contact or

Or call 0151 233 5312

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