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Delaware Unemployment Office Locations

Locate the unemployment office locations in your state. If you are entitled for unemployment then contact your local unemployment office location.

Location Address
Wilmington 4425 North Market StreetWilmington, DE 19802(302) 761-8446
Dover 1114 S. Dupont Hwy., Suite 103Dover, DE 19901(302) 739-5461
Newark Pencader Corporate Center225 Corporate Blvd., Suite 108Newark, DE 19702(302) 368-6600
Georgetown 600 N. Dupont Hwy., Suite 205Georgetown, DE 19947(302) 856-5611
UI Information Hotline New Castle County: (302) 761-6576Kent & Sussex Counties: (800) 794-3032

Sometimes you just want to go to a real place to make real connections. Delaware has 4 One Stop Service Centers all through the state. Job seekers can attend job fairs, practice interviews, get expert help with job searching and resume development and work with local staff.

Location Address
New Castle County Dept. of Labor Division of Employment & Training The Fox Valley Shops4425 N. Market Street

Wilmington, DE 19802

Voice (302) 761-8085

 

Dept. of Labor Division of Employment & Training

 

Pencader Corporate Commons

225 Corporate Boulevard

Suite 211

Newark, DE 19702

Voice (302) 368-6622

Kent County Dept. of Labor Division of Employment & Training 1114 S. DuPont HighwaySuite 104

Dover, DE 19901

Voice (302) 739-5473

Sussex County Dept. of Labor Division of Employment & Training600 N. DuPont HighwaySuite 207

Georgetown, DE 19947

Voice (302) 856-5230

Questions & Answers

  1. Steve Patton says:

    I’m new to the area, do you have jobs posted at this location.

    • Sam says:

      Please note this is a private forum that deals with Unemployment Insurance. Please use the link below to visit the official website of the Unemployment Office and explore the available options. Alternatively, you can also find phone numbers to call them.

      https://ui.delawareworks.com/

  2. Anthony W Bishop says:

    Need to apply for unemployment due to company lay off

    • Martin says:

      Please call the Unemployment Office in your state to determine the eligibility if it’s a temporary layoff from work and apply for benefits accordingly.

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