D.O.L Opportunity! Be a part of the president's cabinet as head of the department of labor today!

We are the Department of Labor, and we're looking for YOU to become one of America's best advisors. The Department of Labor is currently missing a member of its so delicately formatted team; the head of the department. We are currently trying to find someone who meets the requirements in place for this desired position. Could that someone be you?

The Department of Labor in in charge of promoting, fostering, and developing, the welfare of “wage earners”. We improve working conditions, advance substantial employment opportunities, and ensure work related rights/benefits. We protect the rights of America’s workers and provide/produce jobs within those rights. For more information about what the D.O.L stands for please visit https://www.dol.gov/general/aboutdol/mission

As head of the Department of Labor you would need to be able to form educated solutions for the best positive outcome in the best interest of your country. You would need to be able to work efficiently and have leadership qualities, yet still know how to work in a collaborative scenario as you will be working closely with other departments and the president himself.

In order for you to be the head of department that we truly need, there are some requirements. You must be a United States Citizen, a legal adult, (there may be) a background investigation, and you must be able to pay your own relocation finances.

You will assist the president in monitoring the workforce practices in America. You may also identify and find solutions to issues within America’s workplace. As secretary of the Department of Labor you may also (authorize) sue a company for discriminatory (or other unlawful) actions. You may even suggest laws to improve working conditions, wages, etc when speaking to the president as you would be a member of his cabinet.

For a background of the previous/substitute secretary please visit https://www.dol.gov/agencies/osec

For application information or further interest inquiries for the D.O.L's secretary position please call (202) 693-6000

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