The Department of Labor has published it's FY22 EEO/AA Report and FY23 Action plan More Info

Delaware.gov logo

Delaware Department of Labor Logo

Delaware Department of Labor




Delaware Workforce Development Board (DWDB)




The Delaware Workforce Development Board supports:

Press Release
Image of two colleagues
discussing about new project.
Multicultural designers
sharing creative ideas during a meeting in a modern office. Group of
innovative businesspeople having a discussion while working on a new
project.
Business, career and
placement concept - image from back of two employers sitting in office and
shaking hand of young asian woman after successful negotiations or
interview.

Delaware Workforce Development Board helps Delaware by:

  • Raising the bar for job readiness
    • We set a goal that by 2025, at least 60% of Delawareans ages 25-64 will have attained a certification or education beyond high school
  • Blur the lines between learning and work
    • We will proactively break down boundaries between education and the workforce to help youth and adults gain the durable and digital skills that employers need for them to succeed
  • Prioritize sectors to enable Delawareans to return to work while investing in the future
    • We will prioritize workforce investments in sectors that enable Delawareans to return to work and support projected employment growth in industries that offer mid- to high-skill careers

Key Partners include:

  • Business Sectors
  • Labor Organizations
  • Adult Education/Literacy
  • Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Department of Health and Human Services, and more!

Equal Opportunity Information

One-Stop Convening Resources & Team Info

Delaware Workforce Development Board in the News!

New survey examines workforce needs of Delaware business owners

In an effort to bolster employment in the First State, the Delaware Workforce Development Board released the results from its recent survey…

Survey: Employers have openings and applicants need training

A new survey found that most employers in the state have job openings that don’t require college degrees…


















+