Respiratory Therapists Salaries in North Carolina

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Job Postings

USD 83,693 /yr

Average Base Pay

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Average annual salary:

USD 67,487

Lower end of salary range

USD 76,769

Average of salary range

USD 92,248

Higher end of salary range

Cities in North Carolina with the Most Jobs for Respiratory Therapists

Here are the top 6 cities in North Carolina with the most jobs for Respiratory Therapists and the average yearly salary in each:

CompTool's Squirrel includes 783 jobs postings for Respiratory Therapists in cities across North Carolina.

Latest Respiratory Therapists Jobs

Discover the latest competitive salaries for Respiratory Therapists in North Carolina.

Job Title Company Salary
TRAVEL Respiratory Therapist, CRT/RRT with PEDS Experience ($70/hr) WakeMed USD 145,600
TRAVEL Respiratory Therapist, CRT/RRT with PEDS Experience ($70/hr) WakeMed USD 145,600
TRAVEL Respiratory Therapist, CRT/RRT with PEDS Experience ($70/hr) WakeMed USD 145,600
Level I - Registered Respiratory Therapist - $28-41 per hour Atrium Health Charlotte USD 71,760
Respiratory Therapist - $28-41 per hour Atrium Health Charlotte USD 71,760
TRAVEL Respiratory Therapist, CRT/RRT with PEDS Experience ($70/hr) WakeMed USD 145,600
TRAVEL Respiratory Therapist, CRT/RRT with PEDS Experience ($70/hr) WakeMed USD 145,600
Respiratory Therapist-1 Raze Therapeutics USD 65,520
Travel Respiratory Therapist - $2,158 per week LifePoint USD 111,384
Travel Registered Respiratory Therapist - $1,548 per week Supplemental Health Care USD 76,752

Companies With Most Job Postings in North Carolina For Respiratory Therapists

If you're looking for a diverse range of job opportunities, consider exploring positions at these companies, which have a significant number of Respiratory Therapists job postings in North Carolina:

FAQs

Here are some frequently asked questions related to Respiratory Therapists job postings and salaries in North Carolina:

Q What are the requirements to become a Respiratory Therapist in North Carolina?
A To become a Respiratory Therapist in North Carolina, one must have an associate’s degree from an accredited respiratory therapy program, pass the national board examinations (NBRC) to become a Certified Respiratory Therapist (CRT) and register as a Respiratory Therapist with the North Carolina Respiratory Care Board to obtain a state license.
Q What is the job outlook for Respiratory Therapists in North Carolina?
A The job outlook for Respiratory Therapists in North Carolina is generally positive, with demand driven by a growing and aging population that requires more respiratory care services. They often find employment in hospitals, clinics, and home health care settings.
Q What type of work does a Respiratory Therapist do?
A A Respiratory Therapist works with patients who have difficulty breathing and may work in critical care settings, emergency rooms, or provide in-home care. They administer treatments, manage ventilators, perform diagnostic tests, and educate patients on managing respiratory conditions.
Q How do Respiratory Therapist salaries in North Carolina compare to other states?
A Respiratory Therapist salaries in North Carolina are competitive in the region but may vary depending on the city, experience, and demand. They may not match the highest-paying states in the country but tend to reflect the cost of living and the job market demand within North Carolina.

List of Job Postings for Respiratory Therapists in North Carolina

Explore our extensive list of Respiratory Therapists job postings in North Carolina. Whether you're seeking your first job or considering a career move, you'll find a diverse range of opportunities. Click on the job titles to access more details and application links.

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