Department of Labor

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Department of Labor

A department of the United States government that is responsible for enforcement of laws regulating workplace conditions, minimum wages, and other federal labor laws. It is also administers unemployment insurance and collects some economic statistics, particularly regarding unemployment.
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The median annual wage for construction and building inspectors was $59,090 in May 2017, with the highest 10 percent earning more than $95,340 (U.S. DOL BLS, 2018).
Today, there are approximately 30,000 program sponsors representing 225,000 distinct employers that offer registered apprenticeship training to more than 300,000 apprentices, as reported by the U.S. DOL.

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