Online Delaware Colleges and Schools or Related Programs

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Delaware Colleges and Schools

Welcome to the second smallest state in the Union. With a population of 843,524 in 2005, it’s the most densely populated state by square mile, ranking ahead of Florida, Texas and California. Delaware is home to only 5 public- and 5 private- colleges and universities, as well as many vocational and technical schools. These schools offer programs in finance and business, among others. A degree in finance could help you join the insurance, finance or real estate industries, which hold 39% of Delaware’s workforce.

As Delaware residents can tell you, there's nothing better than being first. Our nation's first state is home to a lot of important firsts: the first to ratify the U.S. Constitution, the first to fly the Stars and Stripes, and the first to have a scheduled steam railroad. Whether you are looking for your first job or building skills to get ahead, training from a Delaware career college is your first step to success.

Delaware has a dynamic economy. Some industries show significant growth compared to the state as a whole. Healthcare and social assistance is Delaware's second-largest industry in terms of employment. It is also second-highest in terms of wages paid. It has been a growth industry in the state, adding 3,250 jobs since 2004. This rate is better than three percent per year. Likewise, education is another growth industry in the state. It has added 2,600 jobs statewide over the last two years.

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