Apps for America’s Workforce
Today it seems like there is a smartphone application for just about everything. From games, food delivery services and even reminders to water your houseplants, apps help streamline our lives and while keeping us informed.
At the Department of Labor, we’ve designed several apps to help with timekeeping, exploring new jobs, staying safe in the heat and more. Though we can’t get a pizza to your door or help keep your plants alive, will make it easier to access important work resources and our latest data.
Explore our apps below:
Find the latest available data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics on unemployment rates and employment by industry and occupation for states, metro areas and counties.
Find data and information for hundreds of detailed occupations in the Occupational Outlook Handbook with the CareerInfo app.
The Heat Safety Tool app features real-time heat index and hourly forecasts specific to your location, as well as occupational safety and health recommendations. [The Health Safety Tool is also available in Spanish.]
Need some help tracking your hours to ensure you get the wages you’ve earned? Use the Timesheet app to track the hours you worked and calculate your pay.
The CareerOneStop app helps you find a job, explore training options, plan your career and more.
Based on ILAB’s annual report on child labor, forced labor and human trafficking around the world, this app can help you track what countries are doing to end child labor, browse goods produced with child or forced labor, review labor laws and more.
Child and forced labor in supply chains present serious and material risks to companies and industries. This app helps companies and industry groups develop social compliance systems for their global production by providing a practical, step-by-step guide on critical elements of social compliance. Comply Chain is also available in Spanish, French and Malay.