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DOL Jobs / Labor Department Summary / DOL Agencies & Bureaus
The Department of Labor was created to promote, develop, and foster the welfare of United States wage earners. They also work to improve working conditions, and to enhance opportunities for profitable employment. The DOL manages and administers a variety of federal labor laws that guarantee workers rights to healthful and safe working conditions. This department has over 16,000 employees and ranks 12th out of the 15 departments in total number of employees.
The Department of Labor's internal components include the Office of Labor-Management Standards, Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration, Office of Administrative Law Judges, Benefits Review Board, Bureau of International Labor Affairs, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Women’s Bureau, Employment Standards Administration, Employment and Training Administration, Mine Safety and Health Administration, Veterans’ Employment and Training Service, and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). DOL Job listings follow:
Address: 200 Constitution Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20210; Phone: (202) 693-5000
A sampling of occupations employed by the DOL:
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