As the U.S. economy continues to recover, there arise more opportunities for job seekers across the nation. The economies of North Carolina's metropolitans are on the rise too. With so much to offer in terms of work, recreation, and landscape, North Carolina is a real win-win for job seekers. There are many big employers in NC that makes it a very attractive state for job seekers. Affordable housing, great school districts, lovely beaches, great food, ample job opportunities, and abundant recreation opportunities make NC a perfect place to settle down and grow. According to Nerdwallet, some of the big job opportunities lies in Charlotte, Raleigh, Indian Trail, Holly Springs and Wake Forest. Read more >
Charlotte is one of the country's major financial center and Bank of America has its worldwide headquarters there and Wells Fargo has its East Coast division headquarters. Raleigh boasts of many health and technology companies and is a great place to find a job! IBM, Cisco and SAS have offices there. Indian Trail is a city close to Charlotte and many residents commute to Charlotte for employment and access to everything Charlotte has to offer. Holly Springs has top health and life science employers such as Fox Healthcare, GlaxoSmithKline and WakeMed Health and Hospitals. Wake Forest has fabulous weather for most of the year and winters are mild. It's a technology hub. Key employers are the Wake County Public School System, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, CenturyLink and the Wireless Research Center, a center for innovative wireless and antenna technology. Concord and Cornelius are two towns in proximity to Charlotte with good job opportunities with employers like the Carolinas Medical Center, Cabarrus County Schools and Connextions in Concord and the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Michael Waltrip Racing and the Curtis Screw Company in Cornelius. EMC Corporation, a larger employer in the Carolinas, is located in the town of Apex.