Tech jobs have long been popular in Georgia, but new technology jobs have made their way into the state over the past year.
As of May 2018, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that Georgia had a jobless rate of 6.5 percent.
That’s higher than the national average of 6 percent, according to a May 2017 survey by the Economic Policy Institute.
Tech jobs in the state have been rising rapidly.
The U.N. has warned Georgia that the country faces a shortage of skilled workers in STEM fields and the state has hired more than 4,000 tech workers in the past two years.
But many companies are turning to Georgia for more skilled labor, and there are some companies that have established a foothold in the Georgia market.
The best places to find the best jobs for tech workers include Georgia Tech, where the company’s research labs and data centers are located, and Georgia State University, where graduates are trained in the sciences and engineering.
For more of our Tech jobs guide, check out our Tech Jobs list.
Tech job seekers can look to Georgia Tech and Georgia Tech’s Research & Development Labs to learn more about these tech-related jobs.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Georgia Tech has hired an additional 1,000 employees over the last two years, and it expects that number to grow even more as the economy improves.
The company’s website lists jobs for engineers, scientists, and computer programmers in its Research & Technology Labs and Tech Center, among other departments.
The research labs also provide job placement services.
If you are interested in the jobs available in the research labs, you can get a list of the company that offers them through its job posting site.
Tech is also hiring, but those positions are for software engineers only, and you’ll need to have a PhD or master’s degree in order to get a job.
There are several other tech companies that offer a wide variety of positions, including Georgia Tech (which offers a variety of computer science and engineering jobs), Georgia State (which also offers a range of jobs in its engineering and science labs), and the Georgia Institute of Technology (which provides a variety in its labs).
These companies typically pay entry-level jobs around $11 an hour, but some offer higher salaries.
For example, Georgia Tech offers a $40,000 salary to a software engineer, while Georgia State pays a $65,000-a-year job for a scientist.
Tech also offers two job openings in the Atlanta area, one at a location called the Georgia Tech Computer Science Building (GTBCB) and another at a space called the University of Georgia’s Data Center (UGCD).
Tech also has a job fair in Atlanta at the University and Georgia College, and Tech has also held a job-training workshop in the city.
To learn more, read our Tech job board.