US Job Openings Rise, Yet Employers Cut Back on Filling ThemU.S. employers advertised the most open jobs in nine months in April but pulled back on filling them, a sign of caution that may reflect concerns about tepid economic growth.
Obama Administration Officials To Tour Md. JailLabor Secretary Tom Perez and Attorney General Eric Holder plan to visit a suburban Washington jail to highlight a program that's intended to keep inmates from committing crimes after their release.
Labor Department Lawyer From Md. Dies In D.C. JailA U.S. Department of Labor lawyer who was accused of a home invasion at a co-worker's home has been found dead in his cell at the D.C. Jail.
Labor Dept. Expands Enforcement Of Wage ViolationsThe Labor Department is signing agreements to share information with nine states and the Internal Revenue Service as it gets more aggressive in its program to crack down on businesses that cheat workers out of their hard-earned wages.
Md. Gets $7.7M Grant To Help With BRAC MovesMaryland officials say the state has been awarded a $7.7 million federal grant to help more than 6,500 people who are moving to the state because of military base realignment.
Md. Labor Dept. Gears Up For Federal ShutdownMaryland's labor secretary says his department is preparing for an increased workload if there are more unemployment compensation claims in a federal government shutdown.
Unemployment Rate Falls In 24 States, Rises In 10The unemployment rate fell or held steady in 40 states in January, the latest sign that hiring is strengthening throughout the country.