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Job Corps helped Holly get a job she loves - without a college degree.
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After an apprenticeship, Brenda Bowens is winning at work – and helping others follow in her path to success.
Someone who has the right social media instincts can turn those skills into an exciting career. Here's a closer look at some of the occupations that involve social media.
The Family and Medical Leave Act helps workers like Luc, a security guard in Boston, when they need time off to care for themselves or loved ones.
A new report from the Small Business Administration highlights the impact of women-owned businesses on the U.S. economy.
A construction apprenticeship is paving the way to a fulfilling new career for Theus Dillon.
Through an apprenticeship with the U.S. Navy, this Philadelphia native has learned valuable professional skills.
After welcoming a baby girl, Montana native Ryan Burrows sought a better-paying vocation. An electronic technician degree set him and his family on a new path.
Through the on-site consultation program, OSHA collaborates with small and medium-sized employers to ensure safer, healthier workplace.
The Women's Bureau turned 97 this week! Today it remains the sole federal agency designed to advocate on behalf of working women.