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AirWatch to Add 400 More Jobs in Georgia

Atlanta-based technology leader, AirWatch, is expected to continue expansion of the company workforce with the addition of 400 new employees in Georgia, according to a report from the Atlanta...

October 25, 2013

Jobs for Veterans & Salespeople [AUDIO]

This week on Georgia Works radio we look at helping returning U.S. military veterans find jobs, specifically in technology. We are talk to one employer with lots of job openings for sales and...

October 7, 2013

Atlanta Still Leads in Technology Job Growth

TriNet’s SMBeat Report, a monthly analysis of small business employment, confirms that technology jobs are still showing net job growth, specifically in Atlanta, New York, Los Angeles and Denver-...

October 3, 2013

Big Nerd Ranch Expanding

The Big Nerd Ranch has run out of room and is expanding its headquarters in Atlanta. When the application developer company first began, they taught programming languages, but over the past ten years...

September 4, 2013

TAG Mobility Career Fair

The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is hosting a Young Professionals and TAG Mobility Career Fair on Wednesday, August 14th at AT...

August 7, 2013

Tech Analyst Cheers AT&T Decision to Locate Newest Foundry in Atlanta

Technology Industry Analyst, Jeff Kagan, says the new Atlanta Foundry Center created by AT...

June 25, 2013

What Are the Hot Jobs in Metro Atlanta?

The Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce (MAC) has released a workforce trend report showing certain jobs in metro Atlanta being posted at 4.5 times higher than the national average.These “hot” jobs...

June 12, 2013

AT&T to Hire 1000 in Georgia

Governor Nathan Deal and AT...

June 6, 2013

200 More Technology Related Jobs for Atlanta

Digital marketing firm, Rockfish, has announced an expansion for Atlanta that could mean up to 200 new jobs. Currently Rockfish currently has a small office in Atlanta but the new plan calls for...

May 24, 2013

A Gigabit Beltline

The city of Atlanta "Beltline" development may feature the fastest Internet speeds in the south. City officials are considering laying fiber-optic cable along the 22-mile beltline project. The fiber-...

May 20, 2013

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