The new WorkSourceWA platform supports collaboration between the technology platform, future employees, workforce stakeholders and recruitment services.

Original Article Posted on Government Technology 
By Jessica Renee Napier on  July 6, 2016

Scouring the classifieds for a job has long been a thing of the past, but even the next iteration of job hunting — the standard online job listing and search — is becoming outdated. As the number of online career search tools grows, so too does the need for a platform that feels unique and innovative.
Enter, the state of Washington's new job match website, announced July 6 by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Developed by the state in conjunction with Monster Worldwide Inc., the website hosts more than 157,000 jobs and about 191,000 resumes.
"It's scalable for a highly mobile workforce,” said Dale Peinecke, the state’s employment security commissioner. “It provides a robust job search and resume solutions for job seekers, and it gives employers talent management software to provide real-time, ranked job matches."
The new platform replaces the state’s previous platform,, which, like many other online job sites, was developed more than a decade ago and used an outdated technology.