This week, Brandon tackles a question from one of his blog readers about how to handle the delicate situation of entertaining job offers from two different companies who are part of a common parent organization.
Dwindling jobs and the lingering economic slowdown have led to a big jump in the number of Georgians on food stamps. US Agriculture Department officials say, there are now 1.8 million people receiving food stamps in the state, a 42% rise from two years ago. Those numbers leave out people eligible for but not using the benefit.
Officials at Mitsubishi Power Systems have approved the third and final phase of a gas turbine manufacturing plant near Savannah. The company's board on Monday announced the last stage of the facility, which should be completed by 2012.
The Kia Motors plant in West Point launched its second shift production on Saturday adding more than 600 jobs. This expansion allows Kia to produce more of the Sorento which Kia says is its best selling model.