U.S. Department of Labor Blog
As thousands of American employers know, hiring veterans is a smart move. If you’re curious about working with veterans, here are three great reasons to hire one.
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Mathematicians Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan helped launch the first American into orbit, at a time when segregation prevented equal access to opportunity.
Navigating job changes can be tricky business. We've got tools to support you through the process.
A signing ceremony launches a pratnership to develop a management-level apprenticeship program for the hospitality industry.
About 300 people die each year in the United States in falls from ladders, and many of them are on the job when it happens.
Providing support to military spouses is an important part of the department’s goal to expand opportunities for all U.S. workers. Many of the programs we support are available for both veterans and their spouses.
By age 11, neglect and abuse at home pushed James Fish towards drugs and crime, but an apprenticeship program has given James has a renewed purpose in life.
After mentoring and other assitance, Air Force veteran David Laughrey is back to work after a year unemployed.
How much should you save for retirement? That depends. Get tips on common savings challenges for every stage of your career.
There are plenty of ways to help shape the future, one mind at a time. Teaching is a smart career choice, too. Learn why.
When Rodney needed new skills to better support his family, paid training was his ticket to a new career. Read his story: