North Carolina Technical Schools

Located in the Southeastern United States along the Atlantic Coast, North Carolina's largest cities include Charlotte, Raleigh, Winston-Salem, and Greensboro. Energy and math, science, and technology are the fastest-growing industries in the state. Production and manufacturing remain strong. North Carolina has the distinction of having opened the first public university in the nation: University of North Carolina. Other prestigious institutions in the state include Duke University and Wake Forest. In addition to its colleges and universities, North Carolina features an extensive network of over 58 community college as well as reputable vocational and trade schools. 

Career Opportunities in North Carolina

A favorable state for job seekers in technical fields, Fortune 500 companies like Nucor, Duke Energy, SPX, and Progress Energy. Those who work in electrical trades, such as power line installers and repairers can expect to earn an average of more than $50,000 yearly. Industrial machinery mechanics can expect to earn an average yearly salary of over $43,700. With so many well respected educational institutions and some of the nation's top companies being headquartered in the state, North Carolina is an excellent choice for potential employees who are looking to further their education and start a career with a top firm. 

Whether one intends to study and work in North Carolina or any other state, the pursuit of higher education and advanced degrees is essential to beginning and furthering a career in today's job market. With more and more workers advancing their education, the workforce has become increasingly competitive. Therefore, obtaining an advanced degree gives an average worker improved marketability to prospective employers, mobility and the ability to choose to work in multiple cities, and higher earning prospects.


Technical Schools Guide makes finding the right North Carolina Technical Schools simple. We list both large and small Technical Colleges throughout the United States. Whether you are planning on attending a 2-year college, 4-year college, vocational college, purely technical college, or just single college courses, the listings above should contain each type of trade school, college, or university. Financial aid is available for many of these colleges but visitors will need to contact each school directly to get assistance. Technical Schools Guide does not maintain specific course, tuition, application, accredation or records of information on specific schools. All inquiries should be made directly with such schools. All information contained above is believed to be accurate and reputable. If a discrepancy is found, please contact the Technical Schools Guide staff by clicking on the "contact us" link below. We are also able to update college information and locations through this contact address. Featured listings on Technical Schools Guide are generally for-profit school listings. These listings help pay for bandwidth and maintenance of the Technical Schools Guide site. Thanks for visiting Technical Schools Guide and good luck in your North Carolina Technical school experience!

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