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November 2022 Jobs Report: Good News for Working Families

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%. This report brings good news for working families, as the economy continues its transition into steady, stable growth that brings jobs and opportunity to more workers. Since the

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A UI System for the Next Storm

On Nov. 23, the Office of Management and Budget released its annual data on improper payments. The data shows a $59 billion decrease in the Unemployment Insurance (UI) program’s estimated improper payments, but a slight increase in the improper payment rate. “Improper payments” includes fraud, but the largest portion is overpayments or underpayments made through errors by claimants or state

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Computer Science Education Week: Explore In-Demand IT Jobs

Computer Science Education Week, this Dec. 5-11, is an annual call to action to celebrate all the contributions to the field of computer science and to inspire and motivate K-12 students to learn more about this field. Students and anyone else interested in computer science will have many job opportunities in the field since overall employment in computer and information

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How OCIO Supports Veterans

November is National Veterans and Military Families Month and a time to recognize the important contributions made by U.S. service members. To help support service members who may be transitioning to civilian life, the U.S. Department of Labor provides a suite of training and career resources for military veterans and spouses. The Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS) works to

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Marine Corps 1st Sgt. Builds Path to Civilian Career with Grassroots Networking

After more than two decades of honorable service, Marine Corps 1st Sgt. Aubrey Wrenn was ready to retire and pursue a civilian career. He quickly realized that he needed to gain additional experience and build networks for post-military career success. To start his transition on the right path, Wrenn dedicated himself to taking meticulous notes and asking questions during Transition

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Removing Barriers to Considering ESG Factors in Retirement Plan Investments

Our nation’s workers deserve a secure retirement. They work hard to earn their retirement benefits and rightfully expect the people who manage their plans to work just as hard to invest and protect their retirement plan’s assets wisely. One of the Department of Labor’s primary objectives is to make sure those savings are safeguarded. Your interests as a retirement saver

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What Your Business Should Know About Safety This Holiday Season

En Español With the 2022 holiday season here, retailers are hiring hundreds of thousands of seasonal workers to meet the increased demand. This year, we may also see more in-person shopping. As businesses enter the busy season, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration wants to remind all employers about workers’ rights to a safe and healthy

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Looking Back on National Apprenticeship Week 2022

Labor Secretary Walsh, Education Secretary Cardona, First Lady Biden, Commerce Secretary Raimondo and other officials observe a student displaying a rudimentary robot. I love National Apprenticeship Week because it gives me a chance to share something that I’ve believed in and championed for my entire career: Registered Apprenticeship changes lives and strengthens our economy. This year’s National Apprenticeship Week, Nov.

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3 Concerning Trends for Injured and Ill Workers

Last week, the nonprofit, nonpartisan National Academy of Social Insurance published their annual, comprehensive study of trends in workers’ compensation. In NASI’s 2022 report, which reviews data from 2016–2020, I noted three trends in workers’ compensation that are troubling for workers injured or sickened in the workplace: 1. The number of U.S. workers covered by workers’ compensation has decreased. After

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