Bordered by New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, Delaware could be considered a part of the metropolis region of the Northeast. Although a small state in land, it is the sixth most densely populated state in the entire country. That means if you are looking for deaf and hard of hearing jobs, then you will have plenty of options in the cities. If you enjoy nature or history, then visit the state parks throughout Delaware, including Bellevue, Fort Delaware, Fort DuPont, and Port Penn. Then, take in the breathtaking beaches, such as Cape Henlopen, Delaware Seashore state park, Fenwick Island, and Holts Landing.

Perhaps you would prefer a freshwater pond where you could camp or fish. There are plenty of those too, including Lums Pond, Killens Pond, or Trap Pond. Throughout these parks, you will find walking paths, but you can also rent boats and canoes to explore the area on the water. If you are looking for amazing views, then visit White Clay Creek, Brandywine Creek, Fox Point, and Wilmington State Park as well.

With so much to see and do, Delaware sounds pretty amazing, doesn’t it? Now, all you have to do is begin your search for DHH jobs in the state. With cities like Wilmington, Dover, and Newark available, you should have no problems.


Recent DHH Jobs

  • Teacher for the deaf or hard of hearing

    Camden, DE
    Sunbelt staffing is currently hiring a special education teacher specifically for the deaf / hard of hearing. This is a full time position located near Madera, CA.  This positions primary responsibilities include organizing, preparing and implementing specialized instruction and support to our students who are deaf or hard of hearing in order to ensure their academic success. Requirements: Active CA TDHH License REQUIRED  Bachelor's d
    Schools - Teacher of the Deaf / Hard of Hearing
    29 days ago

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