Top Reasons to Work for the State of Delaware
1. Comprehensive Benefits At the State of Delaware we invest in our people and support them in and outside of the office. We offer comprehensive benefit plans that will give you peace of mind and security. Overview of State Benefits.
Effective April 1, 2019, the State offers 12 weeks of paid parental leave following the birth or adoption of a child age 6 or under to eligible employees.
2. Make a Difference. Working for the State of Delaware, you have the ability to make a difference. State of Delaware employees work hard to provide the best services to their customers and communities. The state provides numerous services that significantly impact and contribute to the welfare of all Delawareans.
3. Great Place to Work, Live and Play Some of the best things come in small packages and nothing is truer of this than the great small state of Delaware. The State of Delaware is nestled on the Delmarva Peninsula bordered by the Chesapeake Bay on the west, and Delaware Bay, and Atlantic Ocean on the east. From most points, we are less than two hours from some of the worlds' top renowned medical facilities, educational institutions, and metropolitan areas – including Washington, D.C., Philadelphia and Baltimore. Our beach resorts are one of our biggest tourist attractions, with miles of pristine coastline, plus we have gorgeous state parks. With low real estate taxes and tax free shopping, Delaware also offers the opportunity to get more for less. Even though it's a small state, Delaware is a great place to work, live and play!
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Wilmington Waterfront, New Castle County, DE (photo courtesy of Paul Kennard)
Rehoboth Beach, Sussex County, DE (photo courtesy of Mike Mahaffie)
Dover Downs, Kent County, DE (photo courtesy of Mike DiCostanza)
Corn Field, Sussex County, DE (photo courtesy of Jeffrey Boyer)
Wilmington Skyline, New Castle County, DE (photo courtesy of Mike DiCostanza)
Lighthouse, Sussex County, DE (photo courtesy of David Gryte)