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GEORGIA:  Georgia is often called the Empire State of the South and is also known as the Peach State and Cracker State.


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Georgia Nursing News

According to Nurse.org Georgia ranks number 27 among all 50 states in nursing salary. The average RN salary $66,750 and average hourly is $32.09. The number of RNs in Georgia, as of 2019, is 75,000. (stats from Nurse.org).


Things to Do in Georgia

Content – Quick Links


Nursing Careers & Jobs State Facts
Careers & Jobs in Georgia Top 10 Travel Destinations
Georgia Cities – Favorite Locations
and Resources – Google Maps
Discussions in Georgia
Nursing License Renewal Sports
State List of Schools & Hospitals Fun Facts

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Choose from many nursing specialties including advanced practice, hospital, and community jobs in nursing.

Find these Jobs in Georgia

Medical Jobs in Georgia

PCT or CNA Social Workers Information Technology Doctorate Nurse
LPNs Case Managers Nursing Informatics Nurse Manager
Nurse Techs Utilization Management Nurse Practitioners Nurse Director
RNs CDI Clinical
Document Improvement Nurse
Nurse Anesthetists Chief Nursing Officer

Most Popular Jobs in Georgia

Retail
Salespeople
Waiters &
Waitresses
Tractor-trailer
(truck) drivers
Bookkeeping,
Accounting,
Auditing
Cashiers Janitors Secretaries Combined Food &
Service Workers
Office Clerks Material
Movers
Elementary
School Teachers
 
Stock Clerks &
Order Fillers
Customer
Service
Reps
General
Managers
 

Georgia Cities – Favorite Locations & Resources – Google Maps


If you are looking to relocate or move, travel nurse to, get a new job in/near, or just travel/vacation, you will find the following Georgia City Links helpful in your planning.

Atlanta, GA Athens, GA Albany, GA Stonecrest, GA
Augusta, GA Sandy Springs, GA Alpharetta, GA Brookhaven, GA
Columbus, GA Roswell, GA Marietta, GA Dunwoody, GA
Macon, GA Johns Creek, GA Smyrna, GA Peachtree Corners, GA 
Savannah, GA Warner Robins, GA Valdosta, GA Gainesville, GA

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Join the discussions about State Specific Nursing Information

2 Ways to Join the Discussions

  • Nursing Journaling – share information with the community about yourself and your nursing/life experiences
  • Nursing Networking – comment or ask questions on other members journal entries

Nursing Gateway Discussions – Georgia


Online Nursing Resources in Georgia

Georgia Board of Nursing

Renew Your License

Continuing competency requirements for registered nurses and licensed practical nurses is available here.

Please note, the Georgia Board of Nursing does not approve individual continuing education providers.  To determine if a particular course or program is accepted please click here to view a complete list of accepted continuing education providers

Additional Resources:Accepted CE ProvidersVerification of Competency FormContinuing Competency Requirements for Registered NursesFrequently Asked Continuing Competency Questions


Nursing Schools & Hospitals

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Nursing Schools in Georgia


Top National Travel Nursing Companies

Travel Nursing Central has several travel nurse companies that are highly ranked by 8500 ratings


Looking for a Hospital?

Hospitals in Georgia

  • For a list of hospitals broken down by Acute Care, Long Term, Military, Psychiatric and/or chemical dependency, State, VA hospitals, and Defunct visit Wikipedia’s listing of hospitals…

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Georgia State Facts

Established:

  • Founded on Feb. 12, 1733, Georgia was the thirteenth of the 13 original colonies. Georgia was founded by James Oglethorpe in 1732 after he was given a charter by King George II to create a new colony between South Carolina and Florida. The state was subsequently named after the king

State of Georgia’s government website


Georgia symbols

Flag:

  • Georgia became the 4th of the original 13 colonies to become a state in the Union on January 2, 1788. The current official state flag was adopted in 2003. It has three stripes, red, white and red, and a blue canton featuring a ring of 13 stars surrounding the state coat of arms.

Bird: The brown thrasher is the official bird.

Flower: The Cherokee rose is the official state flower.

Tree: The live oak is the official tree 

Fish: The State fish is the largemouth bass.

Visit Wikipedia for more Georgia state symbols


Top 10 Travel Destinations in Georgia

  1. Savannah
  2. Atlanta
  3. Tybee Island
  4. Cumberland Island
  5. Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island
  6. Callaway Botanical Gardens
  7. GA, USA Destinations: Alpharetta
  8. Tallulah Gorge State Park
  9. Blue Ridge
  10. Wormsloe Historic Site

Visit VacationIdea.com for more travel destinations in Georgia


Georgia sports

Sports:


Georgia fun facts

  • Coca-Cola was invented in May 1886 by Dr. John S. Pemberton in Atlanta, Georgia. The name “Coca-Cola” was suggested by Dr. Pemberton’s bookkeeper, Frank Robinson. He penned the name Coca-Cola in the flowing script that is famous today. Coca-Cola was first sold at a soda fountain in Jacob’s Pharmacy in Atlanta by Willis Venable.
  • In 1828 Auraria, near the city of Dahlongea, was the site of the first Gold Rush in America.
  • The pirate Edward “Blackbeard” Teach made a home on Blackbeard Island. The United States Congress designated the Blackbeard Island Wilderness Area in 1975 and it now has a total of 3,000 acres.
  • Georgia is the nation’s number one producer of the three Ps–peanuts, pecans, and peaches.
  • Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi River.

***For additional fun Facts: Visit 50states.com – States and Capitals


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