Any LPN's in Charleston..I'm looking to move

  1. I currently live and work in Pittsburgh, PA. I am in need of a change and I want to move to Charleston, SC. I do not know anyone there, but I have visited many times. I wanted to know where is the best place to live and work in or around the area that will hire LPN's at a good pay rate. I have worked thru an agency for the past 4 years but the agency I am currently with does not have an office in SC. I was also looking into Summerville and North Charleston to live. Are those nice areas? Any advice would be very helpful.
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  3. by   live4rachael
    Summerville and most of North Charleston are great places to live. (There are a few sketchy areas of N. Charleston.)

    See the thread about moving to Charleston near the top of this forum for more information.
  4. by   P_RN
    What type of nursing are you interested in? Hospital, nursing home? The newspaper there is the Post and Courier.

    MUSC has a jobs page: https://umajobs.musc.edu/applicants/...=1164326300424

    My preference would be Summerville over N Charleston. It is a fairly expensive area. My son lived in James Island about 5 mi from downtown but easily accessible.
    Last edit by P_RN on Nov 23, '06
  5. by   NurseAngie
    I noticed that your post is a couple of months old, but I wanted to mention that corrections is an interesting place to work. I'm a LPN and I currently work at the Chas. Co Detention Center (County jail) and I previously worked at Henrico Co. Jail in Virginia. I am satisfied with my pay and enjoy the work. I try to focus on providing quality healthcare service to everyone I come into contact with. There are so many opportunities in corrections! We need GOOD nurses, so I hope you'll consider it.
  6. by   tj309
    I know that this post is old, but i see the correctional facilities hire LPNs. Is it a good place to work as a new grad and how much is the starting salary? Any info for this area in any type of setting would be greatly appreciated...thanks.

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