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During National Women’s History Month, we recognize trailblazing work being done to bring more women into science and technology fields.
OSHA's national on-site consultation program offers free, confidential occupational safety and health advice to businesses in all 50 states.
Landyn MedinaThese days, 25-year-old Landyn Medina is a young man looking forward to the future – a view set in motion by a fateful phone call in the spring of 2015.
This month, Job Corps students across the country were proud to serve as role models to elementary school students during Read Across America Day.
To say that James Hooten overcame early mistakes in life would be a monumental understatement. A better description would be to say that he recognized his transgressions, regrouped with help from the U.S.
Fewer teens are working now than in the past. What’s behind this change?
Because the women veteran population is so small, their service, sacrifice and experience can easily be overlooked when people make outdated assumptions about what a “veteran” is.
In recognition of the Labor Department’s 104th birthday, we’ve dug into the archives and found some fun facts.
Obtaining a professional certification can be one of the most helpful steps in finding meaningful civilian employment. Our toolkit helps states accelerate the licensing and certficiation process for veterans.
This Women’s History Month, we’re taking a look at women’s contributions to the U.S. labor force. Here are some noteworthy statistics we’ve rounded up!