Thousands of Jobs for Right to Work Georgia

Right to Work Georgia Economic Update

More and more jobs are being created practically every day in Georgia as a result of incentives created by its Right to Work laws. The most recent Right to Work business investments are coming from Meissner Corporation and Seohan Auto Georgia, as well as Zoetis. Altogether, they will create 2,030 new jobs.

Read on in order to learn more!

Meissner Corporation:

Meissner Corporation is investing $250 million in order to expand and create 1,700 new jobs in Right to Work Athens-Clarke, Georgia.

“Meissner provides critical equipment that benefits other key industries in Georgia. […] From life sciences to food processing, companies across the state rely on these filtration systems to produce products that are safe for use. The addition of Meissner to our state’s business community will complement the state’s industry mix while also diversifying the local economy in Athens-Clarke County.”


Seohan Auto Georgia:

Seohan Auto Georgia is investing $72 million and creating 180 new jobs in order to add a new facility in Right to Work Liberty County, Georgia.

“We believe Georgia will be the center of the EV industry, and will be a new frontier for Seohan’s future with limitless opportunities and potential.” […]

“The ongoing transition to e-mobility and sustainable technology creates a window of opportunity for companies and states that remain on the forefront, and we are excited to work with Seohan to provide solutions to this developing industry.” […]

“From our negotiations with Seohan Auto Georgia we’ve learned that it and its affiliated enterprises in South Korea, the United States, and around the world truly are responsible, thorough, and progressive organizations that are striving to advance innovative technology. […] We are pleased that Seohan has selected Liberty County as their location in which to Come Grow Globally.”



Zoetis is investing $100 million in order to add a new location and create 150 new jobs in Right to Work Douglasville, Georgia.

“The Douglasville facility provides us with the opportunity to expand production and supply capacity while benefiting the local economy by adding new jobs. We are looking forward to this new space as we strive to serve veterinarians, livestock producers, pet owners and the animals in their care.” […]

“Elevate Douglas is committed to attracting new investment and quality jobs to our community. Zoetis choosing our community for their new southeast facility is a testament to our commitment and opens new avenues of recruiting additional life science and health technology companies.”


To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work Georgia, click here.

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