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These are the Hottest Jobs in Metro Atlanta over the Next Decade

By Kate Sweeney | Atlanta Regional Commission | October 12, 2018

Food prep, logistics, and healthcare jobs are hot. Legal, and forestry or farming jobs – not so much. That’s according to a recent report from the Atlanta Regional Commission that compiled labor demand and supply data from Burning Glass and JobsEQ to gauge the growth and demand in metro Atlanta jobs over the next decade. … Continue Reading →

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Economic Outlook: North Fulton

By Lyle Harris | Freelance Writer | September 25, 2018

Technology, talent, and transportation are the “three T’s” likely to drive the future of north Fulton, a bustling area along the GA 400 corridor. Already home to some of the most coveted ZIP codes in metro Atlanta, north Fulton is bracing for another wave of residential and business growth – with good reason. Bethany Usry, … Continue Reading →

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Data Dive: As Rental Rates in ATL Skyrocket, Many Struggle to Afford Housing

By Paul Donsky | Atlanta Regional Commission | August 16, 2018

Metro Atlanta’s rental housing market is hot. Make that red-hot. And that’s making it difficult for many working families to find an affordable place to live. It’s a matter of simple arithmetic: Since 2010, rental costs in the Atlanta region have increased by 48%, but wages are only up 10%. Given this trend, it’s no … Continue Reading →