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Working for North Carolina is very rewarding. Job opportunities abound from the mountains to the coast. See where you can contribute to making this state the best it can be.
We are a large organization comprised of various agencies, branches, and universities, each providing an important public service.
Whether you are interested in the arts, transportation, IT, the environment, public safety, healthcare or countless other areas, we have an opportunity for you.
Here are a few tips and guidelines to keep in mind once you are ready to get started.
About a quarter of these state employees have a masters degree or more.
With such a geographically diverse workforce, it's important that human resources support is consistent and responsive to the needs of state employees.
On average, our employees have served the State for 11 years. In fact, about 53% of state employees have served 10 or more years.
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