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numbers for Dept of Labor Offices that maintain
regional employment, unemployment, wage
information.

ARIZONA - Phoenix, AZ - (602) 542-3871
ARKANSAS - Little Rock, AR - (501) 682-4500
CALIFORNIA - Sacramento, CA - (916) 262-2160
COLORADO - Denver, CO - (303) 318-8898
CONNECTICUT - Wethersfield, CT - (860) 263-6255
DELAWARE - Wilmington, DE - (302) 761-8052
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - (202) 671-1633
FLORIDA - Tallahassee, FL - (850) 488-1048
GEORGIA - Atlanta, GA - (404) 232-3875
GUAM - Tamuning, GU - (671) 475-7062
HAWAII - Honolulu, HI - (808) 586-8996
IDAHO - Boise, ID - (800) 772-2553
ILLINOIS - Chicago, IL - (312) 793-2316
INDIANA - Indianapolis, IN - (317) 232-7460
KANSAS - Topeka, KS - (785) 296-5058
KENTUCKY - Frankfort, KY - (502) 564-7976
LOUISIANA - Baton Rouge, LA - (225) 342-3141
MAINE - Augusta, ME - (207) 287-2271
MARYLAND - Baltimore, MD - (410) 767-2250
MASSACHUSETTS - Boston, MA - (617) 626-6556
MICHIGAN - Detroit, MI - (313) 456-3090
MINNESOTA - St. Paul, MN - (651) 282-2714
MISSISSIPPI - Jackson, MS - (601) 321-6261
MISSOURI - Jefferson City, MO - (573) 751-3609
U.S. Department of Labor - These are contact
numbers for Dept of Labor Offices that maintain
regional employment, unemployment, wage
information.

NEVADA - Carson City, NV - (775) 684-0387
NEW JERSEY - Trenton, NJ 08625 - 609 292-0099
NEW MEXICO - Albuquerque, NM - (505) 222-4683
NEW YORK - Albany, NY - (518) 457-6369
NORTH CAROLINA - Raleigh, NC - (919) 733-2936
NORTH DAKOTA - Bismarck, ND - (701) 328-2868
OHIO - Columbus, OH - (614) 752-9494
OKLAHOMA - Oklahoma City, OK - (405) 557-7265
OREGON - Salem, OR - (503) 947-1212
PENNSYLVANIA - Harrisburg, PA - (717) 787-3266
PUERTO RICO Hato Rey, PR - (787) 754-5340
RHODE ISLAND - Cranston, RI - (401) 462-8767
SOUTH CAROLINA - Columbia, SC (803)
737-2660SOUTH DAKOTA - Aberdeen, SD - (605)
626-2314
TENNESSEE - Nashville, TN - (615) 741-2284
TEXAS - Austin, TX -
UTAH - Salt Lake City, UT - (801) 526-9401
VERMONT - Montpelier, VT - (802) 828-4153
VIRGIN ISLANDS-Charlotte Aml, VI -340 776-3700
VIRGINIA - Richmond, VA - (804) 786-7496
WASHINGTON - Lacey, WA - (360) 438-4804
WEST VIRGINIA - Charleston, WV - (304) 558-2660
WISCONSIN - Madison, WI - (608) 267-2393
WYOMING - Casper, WY - (307) 473-3807
Maritime Jobs in Shipyards
Maritime Jobs - Marine Jobs - Deckhands - Tankermen - Able Seaman - Maritime Jobs - Deck Engine - Employment in the Maritime
Industry - Work on Ships - Yachts - Tugboats - Cruise Ships

Trivia: What is a RORO Ship ?
Shipyard Job Descriptions

Shipyards
The photograph at left shows
shipyard workers assembling the keel
and bottom plating for a ship in the
time-honored traditional method. It is
as historically striking as photos of
marine engineers operating engine
room valving for steam turbine
machinery...  both technologies have
been left behind, by advancements in
modular shipbuilding techniques and
diesel propulsion engineering. Click
Shipyard Salaries to learn about
wage info.
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Shipyard Jobs The demand for commercial vessels of all kinds should serve as an
Shipyards are busy with life extension refits, lengthening hulls, powerplant refits and
other modernization projects. See
Detyens Shipyards . This is in addition to all the
contracts for new vessels such as military patrol craft, OSV (offshore supply vessels),
barges, lifeboats, tugboats, ferries, megayachts (see
Derecktor Shipyards ), high speed
cats, dinner cruise vessels, ferries, research vessels and SWATH vessels.    
Maritime IQ Can working in a
shipyard be counted towards
sea
time ?
When the USS Skipjack (SSN
585)
was commissioned in
1959, she caused quite a stir in
international circles. It was the
height of the Cold War. This was
a weapon that was speculated to
be capable of 30+ knot speeds..
astounding for the time. Although
she was later outlclassed by
faster and quieter submarines,
she was recognized as a
technological breakthrough in
undersea weapons systems.
The Cold War has faded into
history, but the heritage of the
USS Skipjack lives on at the
Electric Boat Division of General
Dynamics, her builder. At left,
look for the link that will connect
you to information about
upcoming job recruitment events
at General Dynamics Electric
Boat.
No matter how modern and
automated a shipyard’s engineering
facilities are, shipyards are aware of
one of their single most important
assets…the hardworking men and
women who design, build, and do
everything else necessary to turn a
pile of steel plates and beams into a
ship. On the pages that follow, you
can see job lists for people who make
a shipyard what it is. Click
Shipyard
Salaries to learn about wage info.