The grand experiment that was Georgia At Work is coming to an end, and I wanted to single out a few stories that deserve attention and thank you for being loyal readers.
By being explicit about what news is and why certain topics warrant coverage for certain audiences, we can better equip students for the barrage of information that they will encounter in their lives.
The new facility will be completed by April of 2019, and the $55 million investment is seen as a sign of things to come for the Highway 98 Corridor.
The best part of the news is the facility is already built and will be operational in August of this year.
The Aerospace industry is huge in Georgia, and if you want to get into the industry there are several programs at the Technical College System of Georgia that can get you on your way.
Manufacturing jobs are available in Georgia RIGHT NOW, but companies need qualified workers. Here’s how you can get qualified.
Two Georgia counties each land major jobs announcements topping 500 new positions and millions in new investment.
KL Outdoor will create a manufacturing and distribution center in Stockbridge in the latest sign that outdoor recreation in Georgia is booming.
We want to ensure families in Georgia have access to the tools they need to help develop their members into thriving participants of Georgia’s workforce. This is just one way we’re working toward that goal.
It’s common knowledge at this point that the Georgia film scene is LIT. So anytime there are updates as far as jobs for Georgians are concerned we want you to know about it. Well… we have updates..
Whether it's vocational rehabilitation, technical colleges, or the Department of Labor, developing a workforce in Georgia is a team effort, and it never ends.
Major players in the auto industry are making Georgia their home. That's highlighting the need for more mechanics, and TCSG is once again here to help.
Norcross, Carrollton can expect more jobs soon thanks to this announced expansion.
2017 was great for many Georgians, but there's still work to be done, and here's where those who need help can get it.
A University of Georgia program led one development authority to connect two business owners 75 miles apart. Just another day of workforce development in Georgia.
Want to work on a Jack Black movie? If so, now's your chance as it and several other productions are looking for crew members.
Amazon needs a home for its new headquarters, and Scrooge shows the company why Atlanta should top its list.
Here are the top-5 posts from the inaugural year of Georgia At Work.
As 2017 comes to a close, we look back on the year that was for Georgia@Work.
2017 closes with a bang as more jobs and more investment comes to Georgia.