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A new collaborative network will help us better measure, analyze and report on job quality.
The Biden-Harris Administration’s historic, worker-centered recovery continues.
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.
See highlights of our work in 2021 – and what that work says about the state of the labor movement’s democratic and financial integrity.
These simple tips from our Office of the Chief Information Officer can help protect you and your data.
Things are moving in the right direction, but there is still more to be done to ensure that workers of color have access to quality jobs and pathways to success.
The American economy added 199,000 jobs in the month of December, and the unemployment rate was 3.9%, down from 4.2% in November.
Chief Economist Janelle Jones highlights five numbers from the latest jobs report and what they mean for the U.S. economy.