The Jobs Fueling Delaware's Economic Recovery

Computer, health-care jobs leading the way

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Javier Pierini

    Computer-related and health-care jobs are leading Delaware's jobs recovery. That's according to state labor economist George Sharpley.

    Sharpley told The News-Journal that the sector with the most want ads in February was computer and mathematical occupations, followed by health-care. The economist says the numbers come from an online aggregator of want ads.

    "The skills of the individual, and experience, matter, especially in this economy," Sharpley told the News-Journal.

    Delaware's unemployment rate is 7.0 percent, according to the latest figures released Friday. That's down two-tenths of a percent from the previous report.

    Despite the drop in the jobless rate, Sharpley says the figures still show there are about two job seekers for every want ad.