Having a degree is a good thing, but it’s not necessary to land a well-paying job in Georgia.
Amazon recently announced it would hire more than 1,000 Georgians for a fulfillment facility in Jefferson, Georgia.
The lowest starting pay for these positions is $16 per hour, with many positions well into the $20s.
145 employers seeking to fill more than 6,000 positions? This job fair is must-see stuff for anyone looking for work.
This could be the event that kickstarts a new career. It costs nothing to attend and can lead to a entirely new lifestyle. I think y’all should check it out.
Looking for a new job? If so, you should probably stop by West Georgia Technical College’s Callaway Conference Center in LaGrange this Thursday, April 13th.
When you think of Macon-Bibb County, you probably don’t think of nuts, twigs, and berries. That might soon change, however.
It’s hard to remember when, exactly, the metro Atlanta jobless rate was under five percent, but believe it or not it was way back in 2007.
More advanced tech firms coming to the city means more advanced tech employees in the state.
Trade Five is the state’s workforce-awareness program geared toward increasing awareness of high-demand careers in five key industries.
After more than 130 businesses were nominated, these four small businesses stood out and were awarded in March.
The Technical College System of Georgia is one of the state’s best resources for students of any age to find a career path that does not include a traditional four-year degree.
Check out these new casting calls for on- and off-camera positions.
The film industry isn’t just a marketing tool for all the great things the state can offer. It’s a strong, vibrant, and lasting part of the economy.
There are now more than 3,900 solar energy jobs in the state, and the trendline shows positive growth again in the near future.
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