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Supporting apprenticeships for people with disabilities is one way we can help the 450,000 job seekers with disabilities learn in-demand skills and connect them with quality career opportunities.
For 29 years, the ADA has helped ensure the full participation of people with disabilities in all aspects of community life, including employment.
Twenty years ago, the Supreme Court declared that people with disabilities are entitled to the same rights and choices as all Americans.
In the spirit of raising awareness on how to better support individuals on the autism spectrum in the workplace, ODEP has provided a list of helpful resources and tools.
During National Disability Employment Awareness Month, we recommit to ensuring all Americans can access good, safe, family-sustaining jobs.
As we mark the 28th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, we must move forward together to ensure all Americans succeed in the workforce.
On World AIDS Day, we recognize employment is an important piece of the puzzle. People with HIV/AIDS can and want to work, and research shows the benefits of doing so — to individuals, families, and our nation at large.
Throughout October, the Department of Labor will be recognizing the many ways disability inclusion drives innovation in today's economy.
In honor of National Mentoring Month this January, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Labor for Disability Employment Policy Jennifer Sheehy shares the importance of mentors in her life following a 1994 spinal cord injury.