Department of Labor
The latest news on Department of Labor
Partisan bickering continues as Obama attempts to fill his cabinet.
The labor force is shrinking, and it will keep on shrinking for years to come.
Comprehensive immigration bill may not include revisions to ag visa program.
Hair washers, fast food cooks, and ushers take home less than half the average annual wage.
Latino civil rights lawyer is popular with Democratic groups.
Business groups hold off on commenting until Perez pick made official.
The paid family leave and temporary disability insurance programs in California and New Jersey provide path-breaking and positive examples that can be replicated in other states and nationally.
The jobless rate's "natural" set point is significantly higher than it was pre-recession.
Construction and manufacturing showed encouraging signs of growth in December.
The economy added 146,000 jobs last month, but it's hard to call the jobs report entirely encouraging.