The Women’s Bureau recognizes the contributions of African American Women in Military Service in honor of 2018 African American History Month.
Approximately $1.5 million is available to help employers and labor unions recruit, train and retain women in skilled jobs in a wide range of industries.View the funding opportunity announcement and frequently asked questions.
This portal offers information and resources about women accessing higher-paying careers in transportation, construction and protective services. Click here to enter.
Click here to read about the 2016 paid leave grant analysis recipients.
This map provides information on federal and state-level equal pay and pay transparency protections for workers.
Check out our new infographic, which illustrates key elements of the gender wage gap.
Use this series of interactive maps to learn about laws addressing protections against pregnancy discrimination, provisions for pregnancy accommodation, and the workplace breastfeeding rights of nursing mothers in your state.
December 18, 2017
On November 3rd, the Women's Bureau participated in a panel at APPAM, titled The Costs of Motherhood and Caregiving to Women’s Lifetime Earnings. Read more here.
Learn about the Women's Bureau's leadership, mission and history, in promoting the welfare of wage-earning women and the advancement of their opportunities for profitable employment. Read more....
February 8, 2018
The 2018 African American History Month theme, “African Americans in Times of War,” honors African Americans’ contributions to our military and sacrifices made for our country.
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