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Watch some of our top videos of the year, from why unions matter to the history of Labor Day.
As we recognize Labor Day in 2022, Secretary Walsh highlights a few of the many ways the U.S. Department of Labor and the Biden-Harris administration are empowering workers.
In advance of Labor Day, we asked Department of Labor leaders to reflect on how their agencies are promoting good jobs and providing the tools and resources workers need to succeed.
Labor Day is a time for honoring and celebrating the struggles and achievements workers and their unions have made, and continue to make.
As 2021 draws to a close, check out some of our most popular blog posts.
With an average growth of 750,000 jobs in the last three months and the lowest unemployment rate since the pandemic began, the Biden Administration is continuing to get Americans back to work.
Here’s a snapshot of how we're working to build a better future, in the words of Labor Department leaders.
Do you have Labor Day off? You can thank the labor movement.
How much do you know about the Labor Department's history?