U.S. Department of Labor Blog
With help from Montana’s apprenticeship program, Sierra turned a fascination with electricity into a rewarding career.
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After several years in the U.S. Marine Corps, including two deployments to Afghanistan, Rachael Moore was ready to trade her combat boots for business shoes. The Transition Assistance Program helped get her there.
In recognition of Hispanic women’s significant contributions to the labor force, here are six statistics demonstrating their growing influence as drivers of economic productivity and entrepreneurs.
Ensuring women’s economic security through retirement can, and should, start early. Here are five facts to know about women and retirement:
A new report from the Small Business Administration highlights the impact of women-owned businesses on the U.S. economy.
Have you heard of Flossie Wong-Staal, Isabella Abbott and Chien-Shuing Wu? They've all made remarkable contributions to STEM fields.
Here are some noteworthy facts about American mothers in the workplace.
Financial security in retirement does not just happen – it requires action. Being prepared means saving early and continuing the habit throughout your life.
During National Women’s History Month, we recognize trailblazing work being done to bring more women into science and technology fields.
Yesterday, staff from the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service hosted a Twitter chat to share resources for women veterans.