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Secretary of Labor
|Formation||March 6, 1913|
|First holder||William B. Wilson|
The United States Secretary of Labor is the head of the Department of Labor who exercises control over the department and enforces and suggests laws involving unions, the workplace, and all other issues involving any form of business-person controversies.
Previously there was one Secretary of Commerce and Labor, uniting this department with the Department of Commerce, which is headed by a separate Secretary of Commerce. Seven women have served as Secretary of Labor, which is more than any other cabinet position.
|No.||Portrait||Name||State of Residence||Took Office||Left Office||President(s)|
|1||William B. Wilson||Pennsylvania||March 6, 1913||March 4, 1921||Woodrow Wilson|
|2||James J. Davis||Pennsylvania||March 5, 1921||November 30, 1930||Warren G. Harding|
|3||William N. Doak||Virginia||December 9, 1930||March 4, 1933|
|4||Frances Perkins||New York||March 4, 1933||June 30, 1945||Franklin D. Roosevelt|
|Harry S. Truman|
|5||Lewis B. Schwellenbach||Washington||July 1, 1945||June 10, 1948|
|6||Maurice J. Tobin||Massachusetts||August 13, 1948||January 20, 1953|
|7||Martin P. Durkin||Illinois||January 21, 1953||September 10, 1953||Dwight D. Eisenhower|
|8||James P. Mitchell||New Jersey||October 9, 1953||January 20, 1961|
|9||Arthur Goldberg||Illinois||January 21, 1961||September 20, 1962||John F. Kennedy|
|10||W. Willard Wirtz||Illinois||September 25, 1962||January 20, 1969|
|Lyndon B. Johnson|
|11||George Shultz||Illinois||January 22, 1969||July 1, 1970||Richard Nixon|
|12||James D. Hodgson||Minnesota||July 2, 1970||February 1, 1973|
|13||Peter J. Brennan||New York||February 2, 1973||March 15, 1975|
|14||John Thomas Dunlop||Massachusetts||March 18, 1975||January 31, 1976|
|15||W. J. Usery Jr.||Georgia||February 10, 1976||January 20, 1977|
|16||Ray Marshall||Texas||January 27, 1977||January 20, 1981||Jimmy Carter|
|17||Raymond J. Donovan||New Jersey||February 4, 1981||March 15, 1985||Ronald Reagan|
|18||William E. Brock||Tennessee||April 29, 1985||October 31, 1987|
|19||Ann Dore McLaughlin||New Jersey||December 17, 1987||January 20, 1989|
|20||Elizabeth Dole||North Carolina||January 25, 1989||November 23, 1990||George H. W. Bush|
|21||Lynn Morley Martin||Illinois||February 22, 1991||January 20, 1993|
|22||Robert Reich||Massachusetts||January 22, 1993||January 20, 1997||Bill Clinton|
|23||Alexis Herman||Alabama||May 1, 1997||January 20, 2001|
|24||Elaine Chao||New York||January 29, 2001||January 20, 2009||George W. Bush|
|25||Hilda Solis||California||February 24, 2009||Incumbent||Barack Obama|
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|United States presidential line of succession|
Secretary of Commerce
|11th in line||Succeeded by
Secretary of Health and Human Services