There are many resources for businesses and individuals when finding careers and employees within Chisago County.

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Workforce Resources


DEED’s Job Skills Partnership provides educational in-state tuitions up to $400,000 to develop customized training in partnership with businesses as well as other grant and incentive programs.

Enterprise Minnesota is a team of technical experts can help your business improve productivity, increase sales, reduce waste and grow profitability.

Anoka-Ramsey Community College – Professional and workforce training provides fast, efficient, in-depth and highly interactive safety training through classroom instruction and hands-on experience.

Pine Technical and Community College continuing education and customized training. The continuing education department offers a broad range of courses designed for an individual’s professional growth and development. The customized training department provides education and training tailored to a business’
specific needs.


Minnesota Works posts job openings at no fee and search for qualified candidates locally or statewide.

CareerForce centers help jobseekers find employment, help businesses find workers and help anyone at any stage explore and plan careers.

Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) has the tools and experts to help. We all know finding the right workers can be a job all its own. Everything from filling an immediate opening to planning for future hires, they are a great resource for options.


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Commuter Survey

Chisago County HRA – EDA conducted a survey of the county residents to collect information regarding why individuals commute out of the county. We are continuing to decipher the content in efforts to promote Chisago County.

Workforce Profile

MNDEEDs Labor Force Analyst created a thorough Chisago County Workforce Profile. Click here to view the profile.