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All young people should grow up expecting to work and succeed. Learn how the Office of Disability Employment Policy works to cultivate such expectations and ensure youth with disabilities have access to the services and supports they need to meet them.
Women’s Equality Day serves as a reminder of the ongoing fight to ensure that voting rights and equal rights are secured for all.
Every worker has the same right to a safe and healthful workplace under federal law, regardless of immigration status.
Jessica Derby, child care program manager at Patagonia, shares her thoughts on the importance of child care and what kinds of investments we need to support America's families.
Over the past 57 years, Job Corps has helped nearly 3 million students develop the skills they need to pursue meaningful careers and connecting them with employers seeking skilled workers in high-growth industries.
Are you a federal contractor or subcontractor? If so, it’s time to mark your calendars for VETS-4212 filing season!
At the Department of Labor, we focus on protecting the health and safety of workers as we carefully reopen our economy. And we are also here to support you if you’re looking for your next job opportunity.
We asked Dr. Folbre to share more of her thoughts on the care economy – and what kind of investments will support America’s care infrastructure – as we continue to recover and build a more inclusive economy.
Blanca Vidal, an instructor at the NY Nail Salon Workers Training School, and Charlene Obernauer, the Executive Director of NYCOSH, share how the Susan Harwood grant program has helped keep immigrant workers informed and safe.
Highlights from a conversation between the Office of Disability Employment Policy's Jennifer Sheehy and Neil Romano, who was assistant secretary of the agency from 2008 to 2009.