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Meet Ron Vargas, a federal project officer who helps make sure that workers have access to the education and training they need for family-sustaining careers.
Through the Good Jobs Initiative, we’re doubling down on our commitment to advance job quality and support a whole-of-government approach to creating good jobs.
We are committed to ensuring migrant workers' labor rights are protected.
This summer, the Department of Labor joined the Biden-Harris administration's Talent Pipeline Challenge.
The trucking industry plays a vital role in the U.S. supply chain, and America’s truck drivers have helped keep our economy — and 72% of all goods shipped in the U.S. — moving throughout the pandemic.
New grants are available to help states collaborate with community and worker organizations to improve their unemployment insurance systems, ensuring all workers have access to these critical benefits.
With the resources the American Rescue Plan allocates towards shoring up and revamping our unemployment system, we are investing in a more equitable, secure and accessible safety net for America’s workers.
New Youth Apprenticeship Readiness Grants awarded to 14 organizations represent a new opportunity for thousands of underrepresented young people to receive job training while earning a paycheck through apprenticeships.
Through the Job Corps Scholars program, eligible youth (age 16-24) can enroll in a career technical training program to learn in-demand job skills at accredited public colleges.