You must be physically and mentally able to work during each week for which you claim benefits. You must be able to work and available for work as defined by law, during each week for which you are claiming benefits.
This means that you must be ready, willing, and able to accept any suitable work. You must make reasonable efforts to find employment each week. You may be excused from this requirement if you are participating in approved job training.
The Job Service may require job seekers to apply for jobs, submit resumes, and not turn down a position if it meets certain standards.
The state Job Service Offices are excellent resources to assist with a job search. Many free services are offered including job listings, career counseling, resume and cover letter writing help, and training.