State Labor Commissioner Peter Rivera announced Wednesday that approximately 250,000 New Yorkers who sought help at one of the department’s career center locations landed a job in 2012.

Nationwide, just over one million people were hired using states’ workforce career centers. New York career centers were responsible for a quarter of the nation’s hires in 2012.

With the new year, job seekers are encouraged to visit any of the 91 career centers to get help finding a job from proven expert career counselors.

In 2012, New York’s 91 career center locations helped thousands of job seekers get jobs using technology and new job search tools to find job leads and get hired.

Job seekers can find the location of career centers across the state by visiting the state labor department website at or by calling 1-888-469-7365.

Chenango, Delaware and Otsego County share a career center located at 12 Dietz St. in Oneonta.

People looking for a job in Broome County can stop in at 171 Front Street in Binghamton.

Madison County residents can go to 1006 Oneida Plaza Drive in Oneida.

And Albany County residents can locate their career center at 175 Central Ave. in Albany.