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    Are there any nurses working in this area of NC? If so how do you like the area and what hospitals would you recommend? I will be graduating in December and was looking at moving to either Houston, TX or Charlotte, NC. I have a few relatives that recently moved to the Fayetteville area and it seems the cost of living there is really cheap. Any information anyone could give would be very helpful. Thank you.
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    Fayetteville is a military town. I used to live there about 6 years ago. It may be cheaper to live there a little as far as I can remember. But the pay was also lower. I loved living in North Carolina, but I would never choose Fayetteville unless I was military. I would choose Carey area.
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    Are there any nurses working in this area of NC? If so how do you like the area and what hospitals would you recommend? I will be graduating in December and was looking at moving to either Houston, TX or Charlotte, NC. I have a few relatives that recently moved to the Fayetteville area and it seems the cost of living there is really cheap. Any information anyone could give would be very helpful. Thank you.
    I live in Houston and St Luke's is a better hospital to work at.....Shelly
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    Are there any nurses working in this area of NC? If so how do you like the area and what hospitals would you recommend? I will be graduating in December and was looking at moving to either Houston, TX or Charlotte, NC. I have a few relatives that recently moved to the Fayetteville area and it seems the cost of living there is really cheap. Any information anyone could give would be very helpful. Thank you.
    I have lived here for almost three years. Cost of living is relatively cheap, in comparison to the surrounding towns: Raleigh, for example. Rent and mortgage however can be pretty steep, if you focus on the better communities/subdivisions. Nursing jobs are available. Cape Fear Valley Medical Center is a pretty good place to work. They are always hiring. I worked at the Rehab center there. Pretty good job and staff to work with. Left approx. 5 months ago due to child care and family issues. But, they try to work with you. They need you. Visit their website at capefearcareers.com. See what they have out there.


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