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We asked Cristina Barillas to share her experience as a woman who has worked her way into a profession traditionally segregated by race and gender, and what that good job means to her and her family.
Chief Economist Janelle Jones and Women's Bureau Director Wendy Chun-Hoon share what the October Jobs Report reveals about the state of America’s working women.
Leslie Cotton met Secretary Walsh during a trip to Oregon. We asked her to share her experience as a woman in the plumbing trade.
Oct. 21 marks Latina Women’s Equal Pay Day, a symbolic representation of the number of additional days Latina women must work to earn what white, non-Hispanic men earned the year before.
Alvirleen Scott is an early childhood educator/caregiver. We asked Alvirleen to share her experience as a caregiver and her perspective on what investments are needed to support caregivers.
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During National Work and Family Month, we're highlighting Department of Labor resources all working families should know about.
The United States recently joined the Equal Pay International Coalition to help close the gender wage gap at home and abroad. See what we’re doing to achieve that goal.
Women’s Bureau Deputy Director Analilia Mejia breaks down statistics on the state of Hispanic women in the U.S. workforce.