How Many Jobs are Coming to Right to Work Georgia?

There are three businesses currently working on adding new locations in the state of Georgia. These include PAC Worldwide, GCP Applied Technologies, and Feit Electric.

PAC Worldwide is adding a new location in Union City and will also create 400 new jobs. In addition, GCP Applied Technologies is opening headquarters in Atlanta while creating 80 new jobs in the process. And lastly, Feit Electric will be creating 120 new jobs in Henry County with a new distribution center.

Altogether, this will total 600 new jobs across the state. So this is great news! Read on to find out more about each investment.

PAC Worldwide:

“As I’ve said before, when a company opens operations in Georgia, they become a Georgia company. […] It’s a pleasure to welcome PAC Worldwide to the state’s family of internationally known advanced manufacturers, and I thank our partners in Fulton County for their support in attracting PAC Worldwide to the state.” […]

“This announcement is great news for South Fulton and speaks to the ongoing transformation of the community through new high-tech industries and jobs. […] As an Authority, we will continue to support companies that bring quality jobs and investment into Fulton County.”


GCP Applied Technologies:

“It’s exciting when companies with a presence in the state choose to expand here, but when they also choose to move their headquarters to Georgia, it’s further evidence that our relationships have made a difference in maintaining Georgia’s reputation as the top state for business. […] In metro Atlanta, GCP Applied Technologies will find a welcoming business community, strong workforce, a high quality of life, and the resources they need for their headquarters to thrive.”


Feit Electric:

“Georgia’s strong logistics infrastructure continues to give the state a competitive advantage in attracting companies to create jobs and opportunities here. […] It’s a pleasure to welcome Feit Electric to Georgia. I’m confident they will find great success in Henry County, and I look forward to fostering the state’s long-term relationship with their team.”


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