The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development supports Massachusetts jobseekers, workers, and employers. We cultivate a skilled workforce for various industries, support economic stability for workers affected by job loss, injury, or illness, and protect workers' rights, health, safety, wages, and working conditions.
Work Ready Massachusetts
Looking for talent? Among strategies to build the workforce for Massachusetts employers, join the Healey-Driscoll Administration to match new arrivals who are work-ready with employment opportunities. Learn more.
State Workforce Plan
Every four years, the US Department of Labor engages states nationally to submit a workforce plan. The Healey-Driscoll Administration is using this as an opportunity to outline a workforce plan including a vision, goals, and cross-secretariat collaboration. Starting January 29, 2024, the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development will accept public comments on the draft plan. The public comment period will end on February 12, 2024.