Out-of-the-way Northeastern North Carolina has spawned a unique and largely agreeable way of life. That remoteness, however, has costs, from fewer jobs and services to lower wages and slower growth. And those realities can complicate the task of attracting candidates to the area’s top jobs in business, education and government.
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