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Here are three ways we’re making sure those who serve have the employment support they need when they transition back into civilian life.
Reflecting on the anniversary of the ADA, Secretary Acosta affirms the Department's commitment to ensuring more Americans with disabilities experience the independence, pride, and community that come with having a job.
Job Corps helped Holly get a job she loves - without a college degree.
After an apprenticeship, Brenda Bowens is winning at work – and helping others follow in her path to success.
Do you follow any of your favorite brands on Instagram? Ever checked into a restaurant on Facebook? Tweeted at a company or government office about a customer service issue?
Social media is not only a tool for people to keep in touch; it has also become an important way for businesses, government and organizations to reach wider audiences. It provides a dynamic avenue beyond radio, television and other traditional forms of advertising to interact with clients or consumers directly.
The Family and Medical Leave Act helps workers like Luc, a security guard in Boston, when they need time off to care for themselves or loved ones.
The impact of women-owned businesses on the U.S. economy is large and continues to grow, but just how large is it? For instance, how many women-owned businesses are there in the United States? How much do those businesses make? What industries are those businesses in?
A construction apprenticeship is paving the way to a fulfilling new career for Theus Dillon.
Through an apprenticeship with the U.S. Navy, this Philadelphia native has learned valuable professional skills.