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Choose from the following categories for statistical information about Delaware's labor market.
Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) generates estimates of the labor market activities of residents of the counties, cities, and State of Delaware.
Quarterly Census of Employment & Wages (QCEW) data produced from employment and wage reports of employers subject to Unemployment Insurance coverage.
Two-year and ten-year employment projections for about 100 industries and 500 occupations, at the state and county level.
Look up employers by industry with data provided by Data Axle.
Current Employment Statistics (CES) provides most recent estimates of the number of jobs at employers in the state, broken out by industry.
Occupational Employment & Wage Statistics (OEWS) has estimates of employment and wages for about 500 different occupations.
Quick facts about labor market trends, civilian labor force, area unemployment rates, non-farm employment, and more.
Electronic editions of LMI hardcopy handouts, publications and periodicals.
The Office of Occupational & Labor Market Information updates the data and publications on our website at various times throughout the year. If you want to be notified when new data or publications have been released, enter your information below to subscribe to receive email updates. If you want to receive the Monthly Labor Review, sign up for that here.
The Delaware Career Resource Network (DCRN) uses current labor market information to provide information for educators, students and families to learn about careers through the activities, resources and links that we have placed on the site.
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