Right to Work Georgia Welcomes 8,120 New Jobs

Businesses that will soon be adding new locations in Right to Work Georgia include Kampack, Rivian, and Micron Technology. But these aren’t just any investments. These will create thousands of new jobs for the state, totaling 8,120 jobs altogether. So this is exciting news! It also shows how Right to Work states benefit businesses as well as workers.

Read on so you can learn more!


Kampack is relocating its headquarters to Right to Work Henry County, Georgia with a $35 million investment. This will also create 120 new jobs.

“We are excited to expand into Henry County with our new manufacturing facility to better serve our customers in the Southeast, while taking advantage of the area’s strong business growth to build our business. Henry County and Georgia provided the ideal location to achieve our growth goals for Kampack.” […]

“We’re confident that Georgia’s combination of diverse assets, from our welcoming business community to our logistics network and quality workforce, will help Kampack achieve their goals. We also thank and congratulate Henry County on their success in securing this project.”



Rivian is investing $5 billion toward Right to Work Stanton Springs, Georgia’s economy, creating 7,500 new jobs!

“We’re happy to partner with Georgia on our next manufacturing site, which will allow us to meet demand for Rivian products and to scale our business rapidly. […] We’re confident that, alongside Illinois, Georgia is the place for Rivian to scale and thrive.” […]

“Rivian’s decision to locate in Georgia will have a tremendous impact on the entire state. […] As I have said, we will see more change in the automotive industry in the next 10 years than we have seen in the past 100. With this announcement, Georgia will be home to one of the main drivers of this transformation. For Rivian, sustainability doesn’t stop with just making EVs. It is carried throughout their work, going so far as to carefully plan construction efforts at the site to preserve and protect the beauty and uniqueness of their new home. This is to be applauded and makes us proud to become part of their story. Rivian will be an outstanding corporate citizen and community partner, and we look forward to a strong future together as the jobs and investment they create will change lives and accelerate Georgia’s sustainable and electrified future.” […]

“We are excited to welcome Rivian to the Peach State’s manufacturing community.”


Micron Technology:

Micron Technology is adding a new location in Right to Work Midtown Atlanta, Georgia. This will create 500 new jobs!

“As I look back on 2021, this past year especially has been marked by companies coming to Georgia to tackle the problems of today to create jobs of the future. […] It’s exciting to see a world leader in semiconductor manufacturing like Micron Technology place their trust in the State of Georgia and in our people to lead research and innovation efforts that will help solve some of the United States’ most pressing supply chain and software roadblocks.”

“We are excited to welcome Micron to Midtown Atlanta, where innovative researchers, students, and start-ups converge.”


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