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This page lists the various Government agencies concerned with
the issue of Employment and Jobs within the US Government.
America's Job Bank, which
was established in 1979, help the states to offer employers national
exposure of their job openings; this in turn helps the American labor
JobWeb is sponsored by the
National Association of Colleges and Employers.
Library maintained by the
FedWorld Information Network, is updated daily.
The Department of Interior Automated Vacancy
Announcement System provides electronic access to notices of job
opportunities in the Department.
Department of Labor
The United States Department of Labor is responsible for preparing
the American workforce for new and better jobs and to ensure the
adequacy of America's workplaces. The various agencies of the
DOL include the Bureau of International Labor Affairs, Employment
Standards Administration, and Benefits Review Board among others.
The Bureau of
Labor Statistics, is the fact-finding agency of the Federal
Government in Labor Economics and Statistics. The Bureau of Labor
Statistics has a Public
Access FTP server, which carries current and historical data for
surveys like Employment Cost Index, International Labor Statistics
etc.The Employment and Training
Administration, an agency of the DOL, aims to ensure accessibility
of proper resources for the US population and businesses in their job
The Women's Bureau, a
DOL agency is the single exclusive unit at the Federal Government
concerned with serving and promoting interests of working women.
Federal Work-Study Program provides jobs for undergraduate
and graduate students with financial need, allowing them to earn money
to help pay education expenses.