There has been much offshoring over the ears, but companies are still making things Colorado According to the Colorado Department of Labor & Employment (CDLE), in December 2012 there were 5,311 manufacturing establishments employing 133,100 people in the state.
What does CDL stand for?
CDL stands for Colorado Department of Labor
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We have 268 other meanings of CDL in our Acronym Attic
- Circuit Description Language
- Clandestine Drug Laboratory (law enforcement)
- Clinical Diagnostic Laboratory
- Cloud Detection Lidar
- Coded Digital Locator (wireless communication)
- Collaborative Deep Learning
- Collaborative Digital Library
- Collectif Démocratie et Libertés (French: Collective Democracy and Freedom)
- Collège du Léman (Swiss international boarding school; Geneva, Switzerland)
- Color Decision List (American Society of Cinematographers; video production)
- Comité de Développement Local (French: Local Development Committee)
- Comité Départemental de Libération (French: Departmental Committee of Liberation)
- Comma Delimited
- Commercial Driver's License
- Common Data Link
- Common Download (OpenCable interface)
- Community Development Lending (various organizations)
- Community Development Library (Bangladesh)
- Community Disaster Loan (US FEMA)
- Component Definition Language
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Employment of veterinary technologists and technicians is projected to grow four times faster than any other occupation in Colorado, according to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
Job Vacancy Surveys In 1999, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (Colorado Labor Department of Department, for short) received one of six grants issued by the U.
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment and The Green Jobs Colorado Advisory Council will award grants totaling more than $700,000 through an Intergovernmental Competitive Grant process.
In 2005 the Colorado Center for Nursing Excellence was awarded a $1 million dollar grant from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment to address the severe and worsening shortage of clinical faculty in the state of Colorado.
According to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment, Colorado lost 100,600 jobs from October 2008 to October 2009.