This has been an extraordinarily tough year for moms across this country. To all the moms who have carried us through this pandemic — as frontline workers, caregivers, parents, and more — happy Mother’s Day and thank you from a grateful nation.
My mom taught me about the importance of family, loyalty, and faith. Her immeasurable strength lives on in all of her children, her grandchildren, her great-grandchildren, and the many other lives that she touched.
We can’t just build back to the way things were — we have to build back better with the American Jobs Plan. The plan will create millions of good-paying jobs, make historic investments in innovation, and position America to win the 21st century.
My Jobs Cabinet and I are hard at work making sure the working people of this country — the middle class — are no longer left out in the cold. We’re going to make sure they get to share in the benefits of a rising economy with the American Jobs Plan.
We’re still digging our way out of a very deep hole. No one should underestimate how tough a battle this is. We still have a job to do here in Washington. The American people are counting on us. So, let’s get it done.
Today’s job report showed 266,000 jobs added in April, totaling over 1.5 million jobs created since the beginning of the Administration. While we are moving in the right direction, there is still a long way to go. Read more from Cecilia Rouse: whitehouse.gov/cea/blog/2021…
I’ve often said: if there are angels in heaven, they’re nurses. Nurses have given so much, and saved so many lives throughout the course of this pandemic.
On this first day of National Nurses Week — know that I am deeply thankful, and will always fight for you.
The American Jobs Plan is a blue-collar blueprint to build America.
It will create good paying jobs modernizing 20,000 miles of highways and roads and repairing 10,000 bridges that desperately need to be upgraded.