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With 12.1 million jobs added since President Biden took office and a monthly average of 356,000 jobs over the past three months, we began 2023 with more strong, steady job growth that benefits workers and their families.
Union membership grew in the U.S. last year by more than a quarter of a million workers. Here's what the numbers mean.
With significant gains in health care, leisure and hospitality and construction jobs in December, we rounded out 2022 with more of the steady, stable growth that helped our workforce recover.
We reached back out to a few workers Secretary Walsh met during his travels.
The experience of cancer has touched virtually every family in America.
The Labor Department and the FCC have released new guidance to help support the creation of good jobs in the telecommunications industry.
Today, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the American economy added 263,000 jobs in the month of November, and the unemployment rate remained close to a historic low mark at 3.7%.
The Department of Labor is issuing a rule that allows retirement plan investors to take environmental, social and governance factors into account as appropriate.
This year’s National Apprenticeship Week, Nov. 14-20, was the biggest one yet. Secretary Walsh shares some highlights.