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2016 Year in Review: Atlanta’s Corporate Relocations
Why Companies Keep Choosing Atlanta

The companies below have something in common: In 2016, they all chose Atlanta for their new facilities or relocated operations. The city continues an upward trend for corporate relocations, and time and time again as Atlanta competes against other cities for business, the city’s low costs, business-friendliness, quality of life and access to top workforce talent continues to put the city at the top of the list for major companies. Over the last year, some of the biggest corporate brands have chosen the metro area, with Midtown and the Perimeter... Read More
Atlanta Film Industry

Atlanta: Producing New Job Possibilities
Get your piece of the action in Georgia’s $6B film and TV industry

For actor Adam Aalderks, relocating from Aplington, Iowa, to metro Atlanta Sept. 24, 2012, was essential to his career in the film industry. It’s also the day he left his corporate job to start living for himself and take control of his own legacy. “Seven-plus years ago, you had to live in L.A. and pay the higher cost of living until you got your break. Now, young actors, as well as celebrities, have found how beautiful Atlanta is and are finding new ways to break into the acting industry without sacrificing their humanity,” the local actor... Read More
Living Well In Atlanta

Living Well in Atlanta

Jobs That Get the Most for Their Money Atlanta is booming — economic development, jobs, corporate relocations and higher education matriculation are all continuing to climb as more companies, professionals and students take advantage of all the Peach City has to offer in terms of quality of life. Between 2013 and 2014, Atlanta’s net job creation of 88,200 beat out Boston, Chicago, Miami, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. In those same years, the average price of new homes in Atlanta was $286,196 and the average monthly apartment rent for a... Read More
Focusing on Atlanta's Fortune 500 and 1000 Companies

Atlanta’s Fortune 500 and 1000 Companies

Home to nearly 6 million people and more than 150,000 businesses, metro Atlanta continues to be an attractive place for Fortune 500 and 1000 companies because of the region’s low cost of doing business, ease of travel around the world through Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the thriving innovative ecosystem, a business-friendly environment and its reputation as a logistics hub, says Gregg Simon, vice president of economic development at the Metro Atlanta Chamber. “We offer a steady talent pipeline through our graduates coming out... Read More
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Atlanta: An Employee's Market

"We are seeing significant growth in the job market. Regardless of industry, Atlanta is a hot job market,” says Larkin Dailey with Snelling Atlanta, a locally owned and operated franchise with locations in Atlanta and Marietta that focuses on temporary, temp-to-hire and career placement for administrative, accounting, HR and other professional positions throughout metro Atlanta. “It’s what we call an employee’s market — there are more open positions than qualified people to fill them. Chances are that, if you’re moving to Atlanta, there’s... Read More
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Atlanta's 'Hot' Job Market

“Atlanta is a hot job market right now. It’s what we call an ‘employee’s market,’ where there are more open positions than people to fill them. Chances are, if you’re moving to Atlanta, there’s a position available for you,” says Larkin Dailey with Snelling Staffing and Professional Services. Originally founded in 1951 with headquarters now in Dallas, Texas, Snelling has offices in Atlanta, Lilburn and Marietta, and provides comprehensive workforce planning and management solutions to 4,000-plus clients nationwide through its network of... Read More
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  • Your Guide to Atlanta Higher Ed Options

    Learn more about colleges and universities in the metro Atlanta area

    With nearly 60 colleges and universities in metro Atlanta, the options for institutions of higher learning couldn’t be better... Read More

  • Atlanta's Private Schools: Going Full STEAM Ahead

    Preparing Atlanta’s students for careers in science, technology, engineering, art and math

    Careers in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) continue to be the fastest-growing occupations in the... Read More

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