Question 36
The Presidency
What are two Cabinet-level positions?

Cabinet-level positions include the secretary of state and the secretary of labor. The secretary of state works with other countries around the world. This person manages the president's foreign policies. The secretary of labor manages working conditions, wages, and unemployment benefits. The secretary of labor advises the president on employment issues. Cabinet-level positions include the secretary of state and the secretary of labor.

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