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BET Experience 2016
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Labor Secretary Hilda Solis is the latest cabinet member to resign. The heads of Justice, Health and Human Services and Veterans Affairs are expected to stay on.
Here’s BET.com’s rundown of likely shifts and definite exits, including Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The administration is partnering with private and public-sector organizations to create summer- and year-round job opportunities.
The program allows states to combine unemployment benefits with work opportunities.
Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis honored the 1,300 workers who took part in the historic 1968 Memphis, Tennessee, sanitation strike, inducting them into the Labor Hall of Fame.
While the national unemployment rate continues to fall, black unemployment goes up.
Three guiding principles that could help the White House or any organization seeking to achieve greater diversity.
Monthly Black unemployment figures continue to be on the rise. While little can immediately be done to eradicate some factors, like discrimination, African-Americans can improve their prospects by achieving higher educational achievement levels.
The Department of Labor has created 100,000 jobs for low-income people aged 16 to 24. Information about the initiative and actual job opportunities can be found here.
President Obama's re-election campaign is spreading its word in Black communities to increase support and get voters to the polls next year.