U.S. Department of Labor Blog
As a sous chef apprentice, Conner Broduer is getting skills and making connections to support a successful culinary career – without breaking the bank.
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Here are three ways we’re making sure those who serve have the employment support they need when they transition back into civilian life.
Reflecting on the anniversary of the ADA, Secretary Acosta affirms the Department's commitment to ensuring more Americans with disabilities experience the independence, pride, and community that come with having a job.
After serving two tours in Iraq, a flexible apprenticeship program is helping Army Reservist Kyle Horn get the training and education he needs for the job he always wanted.
Job Corps helped Holly get a job she loves - without a college degree.
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.