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As we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26, Jennifer Sheehy of the Department’s Office of Disability Employment Policy shares the importance of equal access and opportunity for all Americans.
New Youth Apprenticeship Readiness Grants awarded to 14 organizations represent a new opportunity for thousands of underrepresented young people to receive job training while earning a paycheck through apprenticeships.
To celebrate 100 years of working for working women, the Women’s Bureau has created an interactive visualization highlighting women’s participation in the workforce and top occupations since 1920.
Interested in becoming a Standards Recognition Entity for Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Programs? Learn who is eligible and what steps to take.
Our newly revised Employer Guide to Hiring Veterans can help job creators design veteran-friendly workplaces and hire our nation’s heroes.
Through the Job Corps Scholars program, eligible youth (age 16-24) can enroll in a career technical training program to learn in-demand job skills at accredited public colleges.
Answers to four frequently asked questions about unemployment insurance benefits under the CARES Act.
During National Autism Awareness Month, learn more about resources to help young people and workers on the autism spectrum, employers, service providers and others.
In recognition of Small Business Saturday on November 30, here are seven Labor Department pages that can help you make sure your small business is complying with the law.