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A look at how we're modernizing technology and innovating in IT to support the Labor Department's mission.
Childcare expenses are too high for many American families – accounting for 8-19.3% of median family income per child.
Riquita Quaterman helps make sure that Americans receive their hard-earned retirement and health benefits.
Here are eight important actions the Wage and Hour Division is taking to combat human trafficking.
To deliver the bold equity impacts outlined in President Biden's executive order on advancing racial equity and support for underserved communities, we must build and strengthen state, tribal, local and territory partnerships.
Data is critical to a good jobs strategy. Here are some tips on incorporating data for state and local governments, grantees, employers, labor organizations and community groups.
A look at how we're working diligently to ensure that equity is a central part of federal infrastructure investments.
As part of the Good Jobs Initiative, the U.S. Department of Labor helps other federal agencies improve equity and job quality through formal partnerships.
Through the Good Jobs Initiative, we’re doubling down on our commitment to advance job quality and support a whole-of-government approach to creating good jobs.
Drawing on lessons from the Sago and Aracoma mine disasters, the MINER Act helped improve emergency response at mines across the country.