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The Women's Bureau remembers the ladies of the American Revolution, and honors the American women who continue to pursue a more equitable and opportune future.
The Women's Bureau has been safeguarding the interests of working women for 99 years.
Ninety-eight years since our establishment, the Women’s Bureau remains committed to helping women thrive in the 21st century workforce.
Beatrice Andrew’s apprenticeship turned into a rewarding lifelong career. Today she encourages young people to consider a similar path.
Here are some noteworthy facts about American mothers in the workplace.
During National Women’s History Month, we recognize trailblazing work being done to bring more women into science and technology fields.
This Women’s History Month, we’re taking a look at women’s contributions to the U.S. labor force. Here are some noteworthy statistics we’ve rounded up!
Mathematicians Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan helped launch the first American into orbit, at a time when segregation prevented equal access to opportunity.