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The trucking industry plays a vital role in the U.S. supply chain, and America’s truck drivers have helped keep our economy — and 72% of all goods shipped in the U.S. — moving throughout the pandemic.
Union approval is the highest it has been in nearly 50 years, with 60 million non-union workers saying they would vote for a union if they could. Now is the time to act.
During Black History Month we celebrate the contributions of leaders both past and present.
Women and people of color are overrepresented in low-wage jobs that lack essential benefits. This is one of the biggest barriers to economic equity.
Check out these five STEM occupations in which at least 1 in 6 jobs were held by women that are projected to grow faster than average.
See how the U.S. Department of Labor is using data to improve our work and make sure we’re serving all America’s workers equitably.
Recovery has been uneven across demographics. Black women have faced the slowest recovery, with 2.6% fewer adult Black women employed in December 2021 than February 2020.
Representation matters, and the absence of it has disparate, and sometimes disastrous, consequences. Find out how medical and academic institutions are tackling the Black maternal health crisis in the U.S.
A White House task force is putting the federal government’s policy of encouraging worker organizing and collective bargaining into action.
We've been working with more than 20 Cabinet departments and White House agencies to find innovative ways to support worker organizing and collective bargaining.