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Read about the recent trips made by Secretary Walsh, Second Gentleman Doug Emhoff and staff from the Women's Bureau. They made visits to Moore Community House in Jackson, Mississippi, Tools and Tiaras in New York and to Pennsylvania to visit WINC (Women In Nontraditional Careers) of Philadelphia Works.
Yesterday, along with the Families and Workers Fund, the U.S. Department of Labor convened leaders from federal, state and local government, labor unions and private sector organizations for our Good Jobs Summit.
A new collaborative network will help us better measure, analyze and report on job quality.