This New Castle County city is near the border with Maryland. It was first established in 1694. Official recognition from the British crown came in 1758. During the Revolutionary War, it was the site of the Battle of Cooch’s Bridge.
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Offering competitive wages and attractive employment packages, Newark is a great place to be for a registered nurse. You can earn between $72,601 on average, not including bonuses such as free training and healthcare. There are plenty of healthcare employers in and around the area such as ResCare, Walgreens or smaller family practises. You’ll also have the option for applying for part-time or flexible-hour jobs. Newark has a large amount of public parkland surrounding the city, such as the Iron Hill Park in the South and the Fair Hill Natural Resources Management area in the West – perfect for leisurely day trips. There are also a number of schools in that area, like the KFW Medical Institute or Delaware Institute-Health, which will be able to provide you with nursing courses. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in Newark.