How Many Jobs are Coming to Right to Work Georgia?
Companies are investing in Right to Work Georgia, thanks to the Right to Work benefits the state holds. And as a result, this will create many new jobs. Intuitive and Pratt Industries are both expanding their current facilities in the state. Meanwhile, PureCycle Technologies is adding a new location in Augusta. Altogether, these businesses will create 1,310 new jobs. So this is exciting news!
Read on to learn more about each individual investment!
Intuitive is investing $500 million in order to expand in Right to Work Gwinnett County, Georgia. This will also create 1,200 new jobs!
“Intuitive needs a highly educated, committed, and diverse workforce; quality infrastructure; and the right geography to meet the rising demand for minimally invasive surgical technologies. […] We’ve found that here, and we’re excited to continue to grow in the state. We are committed to hiring a diverse and inclusive workforce as we expand our presence in Georgia.” […]
“The last year truly has highlighted the need to aggressively expand our life sciences and health care device ecosystem and partner with cutting-edge companies like Intuitive as they continue to innovate and grow. […] This announcement is exciting, and we are grateful to Intuitive for their commitment to creating hundreds of quality jobs in this vital strategic industry right here in Georgia.”
Pratt Industries is expanding soon in Right to Work Albany, Georgia with an $18 million investment. This will also create 30 new jobs!
“Pratt is a key contributor in the global logistics industry, as one of the world’s largest producers of recycled containerboard. Their continued investment in our community reaffirms Albany-Dougherty County as an ideal location for manufacturing and logistics industries, and we are proud to have Pratt as a corporate citizen here in our community.” […]
“Pratt is a key contributor in the global logistics industry, as one of the world’s largest producers of recycled containerboard. Their continued investment in our community reaffirms Albany-Dougherty County as an ideal location for manufacturing and logistics industries, and we are proud to have Pratt as a corporate citizen here in our community.”
PureCycle Technologies is investing $440 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Augusta, Georgia. This will then create 80 new jobs!
“We are thrilled that a solutions-oriented company like PureCycle will be joining the recycling ecosystem we’re cultivating in Georgia. […] I thank Governor Brian Kemp, the state Legislature, and our partners at the Augusta Economic Development Authority for helping us sustain our pro-business environment, which allows us to welcome projects like this to Georgia.” […]
“The Augusta Economic Development Authority is excited to welcome an innovative and growing company to the Augusta Corporate Park. As they build their facility and bring skilled jobs with better-than-average salaries to the area, they help in our overall plan of improving our park. We look forward to welcoming our second corporate partner to the neighborhood.”