Nestled between North Carolina, the ocean, and Georgia, you will find South Carolina, and it could be the right place for you to search for deaf and hard of hearing jobs. Of course, the state is most well-known for its shoreline, and you certainly may enjoy spending some time at Myrtle Beach where you will find Broadway on the Beach along with much more to do. If you want to learn more about the history of the area, then this warrants a visit to two areas: Charleston and Fort Sumter. In Charleston, you will find the historic Charles Towne area along with a beautifully laid out town that mirrors its sister city of Savannah, GA. For Sumter has a long history in the United States, but it is most well-known for the battles fought when South Carolina was the first state to secede and begin the American Civil War.

South Carolina is also home to 43 state parks, six state forests, and four national wildlife refuges. And, if you enjoy the waterfront, the beaches will not let you down. When you begin looking for DHH jobs, you will have plenty of options from Charleston to Columbia and from Myrtle Beach to Greenville.

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