The Cary IL Unemployment Career Center Office is closed due to the pandemic. All IDES services are available online and over the phone. The phone number is 1-800-244-5631.
You can also visit the website at https://ides.illinois.gov/about/locations.html.
I couldn’t find specific information about an Unemployment Career Center Office in Cary, IL. However, I found some general contact information for the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) which might be helpful:
- Phone Numbers:
- Claimant Services: (800) 244-5631
- Benefit Payment Control (Fraud and identity theft): (800) 814-0513
- Employer Services: (800) 247-4984
- IllinoisJobLink.com Help Desk: (877) 342-7533
- Appointment Scheduling Hotline: (217) 558-0401
- Website: IDES
- Services: Unemployment Insurance, Job Search Assistance, Veteran Services, Labor Market Information¹
You can ask questions about unemployment insurance, job search assistance, scheduling an appointment, and more. Please note that IDES services are also available online and over the phone.
For job opportunities in Cary, IL, you might want to check the official website of the Village of Cary IL.
Please contact the IDES directly for more specific information about their offices and services. If you’re looking for career centers in other towns, I recommend checking the official websites of those towns or contacting their local government offices.
Here are some other nearby career centers or unemployment offices:
- Illinois Job Center – Schaumburg
- Illinois Job Center – Elgin
- Illinois Job Center – Woodstock
You can also find more information about unemployment services in Illinois on the IDES website: https://ides.illinois.gov/jobs-workforce.html
Here are some questions you can ask the unemployment career office:
- How do I file an unemployment claim?
- What are the eligibility requirements for unemployment benefits?
- How long will it take to receive my unemployment benefits?
- What if I have a problem with my unemployment claim?
- What resources are available to help me find a job?
Frequent Questions On Illinois Unemployment Benefits