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Bank of America to Bring 500 More Jobs to Delaware

Former Governor Jack Markell (2009-2017) | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012



Markell applauds decision, calling it “a strong endorsement of both the quality of our workforce and our State’s commitment to supporting these middle-class jobs.”

Delaware State SealWilmington, DE – Bank of America committed to adding more than 500 jobs over the next three years to its Delaware workforce, Governor Jack Markell announced today.

“Bank of America’s commitment to add hundreds of jobs here is a strong endorsement of both the quality of our workforce and our State’s commitment to the middle-class careers this industry supports,” Markell said. “This industry has been one of the foundations of our state’s economy for many years. We have people with the experience and energy to help these companies succeed. Looking forward, Bank of America sees a future that includes more Delawareans working to make them successful.”

Bank officials and Markell talked about the good news with local Bank of America employees meetings in Wilmington this morning.

“Governor Markell has always encouraged us to grow in Delaware. Along with the General Assembly, the congressional delegation and Mayor Baker, they have all created an exceptional environment for us to do business,” said Co-Chief Operating Officer David Darnell. “While we continue to create a stronger, more efficient organization throughout our footprint, we are pleased to be able to do more in a community that is home to thousands of our people.”

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Bank of America to Bring 500 More Jobs to Delaware

Former Governor Jack Markell (2009-2017) | Office of the Governor | Date Posted: Thursday, February 16, 2012



Markell applauds decision, calling it “a strong endorsement of both the quality of our workforce and our State’s commitment to supporting these middle-class jobs.”

Delaware State SealWilmington, DE – Bank of America committed to adding more than 500 jobs over the next three years to its Delaware workforce, Governor Jack Markell announced today.

“Bank of America’s commitment to add hundreds of jobs here is a strong endorsement of both the quality of our workforce and our State’s commitment to the middle-class careers this industry supports,” Markell said. “This industry has been one of the foundations of our state’s economy for many years. We have people with the experience and energy to help these companies succeed. Looking forward, Bank of America sees a future that includes more Delawareans working to make them successful.”

Bank officials and Markell talked about the good news with local Bank of America employees meetings in Wilmington this morning.

“Governor Markell has always encouraged us to grow in Delaware. Along with the General Assembly, the congressional delegation and Mayor Baker, they have all created an exceptional environment for us to do business,” said Co-Chief Operating Officer David Darnell. “While we continue to create a stronger, more efficient organization throughout our footprint, we are pleased to be able to do more in a community that is home to thousands of our people.”

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