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A look at how we're working diligently to ensure that equity is a central part of federal infrastructure investments.
We are committed to ensuring migrant workers' labor rights are protected.
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%.
Women and people of color are overrepresented in low-wage jobs that lack essential benefits. This is one of the biggest barriers to economic equity.
See how the U.S. Department of Labor is using data to improve our work and make sure we’re serving all America’s workers equitably.
New grants are available to help states collaborate with community and worker organizations to improve their unemployment insurance systems, ensuring all workers have access to these critical benefits.
A new grant will help to leverage academic research, training and partnerships to improve unemployment insurance-- just one of the many ways we’re using research and data in support of equity in unemployment insurance
During National Work and Family Month, we're highlighting Department of Labor resources all working families should know about.