This Providence County town is near the border with Massachusetts, and was first a part of Rehoboth in the Bay State. It was transferred to Rhode Island as part of a settlement of a boundary dispute between the two states.
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Registered staff nurses in Cumberland can earn a salary of around $69,059 on average, which will then rise to $69,492 with bonuses. Employers in the area include the Landmark Medical Center, Brookdale Senior Living Inc., and Wingate Healthcare. Cumberland is in Providence County, in the northeastern corner of the state of Rhode Island and was first settled back in 1635. The town boasts the only large deposit of Cumberlandite, which is an iron-rich mineral and another geological feature is Diamond Hill, a huge outcropping of white quartz. The town holds the Arnold Mills Fourth of July Parade and Road Race every year and also Cumberlandfest on Diamond Hill Park, which features a carnival and live entertainment. Nursing programs can be found at Rhode Island College School of Nursing in Providence. Submit your resume to be matched to jobs in Cumberland.