Nursing jobs in North Carolina are available in most areas of the
state. United States Representative Bob Etheridge called North Carolina's nursing shortage "Code Blue". Long-range forecasts
of supply and demand for registered nurses in North Carolina predict
a shortage of anywhere from 9,000 in 2015 to 18,000 by 2020. At the
same time, North Carolina's population is expected to reach almost
11 million people by 2020, with an increasing proportion of people
age 65 and older.
North Carolina nurse jobs are available in the
ICU intensive care unit, ER emergency room, CCU critical care unit,
cardiac care unit, operating room, telemetry, pediatric, obgyn,
oncology and several other hospital departments. Home health care
jobs are available in almost every town. Many towns such as
Charlotte, Greenville, Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, Winston Salem,
Fayetteville, Wilmington, Chapel Hill and High Point have greater
nursing needs than other towns and usually pay more too. Hundreds of
travel nursing jobs are available statewide too.
North Carolina is a great place to live with some of the most
beautiful beaches in the country, prominent businesses in the
Research Triangle, affordable housing, good schools and plenty of
open spaces. Travel nursing jobs will provide you the opportunity to
live in different areas of the state too.
Please review our North Carolina nursing careers listed below and post
your resume today.