View of Camden City and the Ben Franklin Bridge from the Delaware River
Camden County's private sector employment totaled 174,884 in 2017. Employment in Camden County is projected to increase by 12,686 jobs from 2017 to 2022. This represents a 7.25% increase and is less than the rate of employment growth for the state as a whole.
The Camden County Workforce Development Board identified and approved five Industry Sectors for sector development including Advanced Manufacturing, Financial Services (F.I.R.E.); Health Care, Retail,Hospitality, and Tourism (RHT), Logistics & Distribution (TDL). Consortiums of like employers are being created to determine employers industry specific needs and train to meet the demands of the labor market.
Camden County Workforce Development Board will enhance the quality of life for the residents of Camden County by supporting the development and retention of a world class workforce.
To create the BEST customer-driven delivery system for employment, training and education-related programs and services by providing strategic management, planning, implementation and evaluation to enhance the region's long term economic success for all citizens and organizations by:
Providing leadership in all workforce issues.
Providing a holistic delivery of services.
Continually improving the quality of services for all customers.
Empowering customers to make informed choices and take control of their careers.
Providing and guaranteeing universal access to employment opportunities.
Providing quality workers for all of the region's employers.
Creating partnerships and collaboration with government, private and non-profit stakeholders.
Camden County Workforce Development Board
1111 Marlkress Rd., Suite 101, Cherry Hill, NJ 08003