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Large
Multiple locations
Legislative Bodies
1913
What departments Department of Labor employees work at?
DepartmentsRatio
other occupation28.4%
Business Operations16.3%
Management - Other14.3%
Legal11.8%
Computer / IT8.6%
Human Resources6.6%
Administrative6.2%
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Professional experience

How many years of experience do Department of Labor employees have before joining?
Years of experience at Department of Labor: Newcomers: 26%, Experiencers: 18%, Experts: 21%, Veterans: 35%. Department of Labor employees have 8+ years experience on average before joining.
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Where did Department of Labor employees work before joining?
Where they've worked before Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Internal Revenue Service, Peace Corps. Typical Department of Labor employees have worked at Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Bureau of Labor Statistics
Internal Revenue Service
Peace Corps
What industries did Department of Labor employees work in previously?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of Department of Labor: Public Administration, Executive Offices Companies, National Security, Legal Firms, Colleges / Universities. Department of Labor employees most likely come from a Public Administration industry background.
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Where did Department of Labor employees work before joining?
Past employers' size at Department of Labor: Small: 28%, Medium: 12%, Large: 60%. Most Department of Labor employees have previously worked at large companies.
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Educational background

What did employees at Department of Labor study?
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Where did employees at Department of Labor study?
American University
Community College of the Air Force
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Employee data

How long do people stay in a role at Department of Labor?
Time employed at Department of Labor: <1: 4%, 1-3: 17%, 4-8: 36%, 9-13: 23%, 14-20: 11%, 20+: 9%. Most Department of Labor employees stay with the company for 4-8 years which is the same as the industry average.
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How does Department of Labor rank for age & gender diversity?
Gender ratio at Department of Labor: 61.2% Male and 38.8% Female. Age ratio at Department of Labor: 16-20: 0%, 21-30: 21%, 31-40: 45%, 41-50: 19%, 51-60: 11%, 60+: 4%. Department of Labor rates - 2.2% less female than the industry average. Most Department of Labor employees are 31-40, which is on par with the industry median age range.
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What are the top roles at Department of Labor?
Top roles of Department of Labor: Investigator, Attorney, Claims Examiner, Compliance Officer, Trial Attorney. The top role at Department of Labor is Investigator.
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Attorney
Claims Examiner
Compliance Officer
Trial Attorney

Career advancement

How does Department of Labor rank for career advancement?
Career advancement at Department of Labor: low. Department of Labor ranks low for career advancement which is same as the industry average.
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What companies do Department of Labor employees go on to work at?
Future employers of Department of Labor: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Justice, Social Security Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), U.S. Department of State. People who work at Department of Labor most typically go on to work for the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Bureau of Labor Statistics
Department of Justice
Social Security Administration
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
U.S. Department of State

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Graduate Intern
Washington, DC - April 22, 2023
White House Faith Base and Community Initiative
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5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
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5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
As an intern I had the opportunity to do research for the Secretary of Labor, Elaine Chao's address to the nation, regarding the state of veterans affairs in the USA

Pros and Cons
Great Experience
To gain full time employment
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Customer Service Representative
New York, NY - April 4, 2023
Good experience
1.6
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2
Professional growth
1
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
I worked during the pandemic and I must say it was a great experience and I learned a lot in just 10 months, it was a contract and sadly it came to an end

Pros and Cons
Remote, had some early dismissal
Tough customer experience
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December 15, 2022
Productive Workplace
5.0
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5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Enjoyed working at Labor inputting in the system, customers service and learning new things daily. Managers are very helpful and always check on staffs.

Pros and Cons
Great work environment
Had to return to the Office of the Governor
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Automation Clerk
Columbus, OH - December 8, 2022
Greatest Experiences
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I came into the Department of Labor because it was an excellent place to work. Everyone in the office had a mission of compassion and a drive to uphold labor standards that affects so many people.

Pros and Cons
Freindly dedicated workers made it easy to get your job accomplished
There aren't any cons i can think of.
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Workers Compensation Case Manager, RN
Yuba City, CA - August 24, 2022
Great place to work
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
This was a great position. Managers were very supportive and Claims Examiners were great. Everyone was always so appreciative of the job you have done.

Pros and Cons
Flexible, work from home and attend Dr's visits.
No benefits. It was a contract position.
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Leadership Coordinator/Instructor
Joliet, IL - December 15, 2021
An Experience
2.2
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2
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
The leaders of this company are no longer employed there due to criminal activity. Under their leadership there was a lot of favoritism. I receive my Masters degree and was denied a salary increase. Although I led the Leadership program with company trainings as well as in house student/staff training. I finally decided to move on due to a lack of upper mobility I know I was qualified for.

Pros and Cons
Students success
Lack of leadership
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September 26, 2021
Disabled Veteran Outreach Program
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Working on facilitating US veterans to serve back in the community with a job, after finishing the years serving our country during wartime.

Pros and Cons
Great job working with veterans
Not enough longevity job
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gender breakdown at Department of Labor?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
gender ratio is 38.8% female, 61.2% male.
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When was Department of Labor established?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
1913.
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What industry does Department of Labor fall under?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
Government/Civil Service/Military.
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what are the chances of career advancement at Department of Labor?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
i think low.
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What’s the average length of tenure at Department of Labor?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
around 4-8 year(s) in my experience
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what kind of companies did Department of Labor employees work for?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Large companies before Department of Labor.
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who are employees usually hired by after leaving Department of Labor?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Justice, Self Employed, Social Security Administration, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), US Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of State, US Department of Veterans Affairs.
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Who are the top previous employers of Department of Labor employees?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
Bureau of Labor Statistics, Internal Revenue Service, Peace Corps, Social Security Administration, United States Air Force, US Army, US Department of Veterans Affairs, US Navy.
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How old are Department of Labor’s employees in general?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
31-40.
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What kind of degree do you need to work at Department of Labor?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
typically one of the followings No higher education, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science
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