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From January 1, 2009 to July 1, 2009 the numbers of jobs in Georgia increased across most of the state.  In the ROME and SUMMERVILE area, this was a 479% increase. 

Alpharetta, outside Atlanta, is the Best Place to Move for Work in America for 2009 among 25 Top Cities, determined by Roswell and Sandy Springs, also near Atlanta-Gainesville, join Alpharetta on this Top 25 List. 

Savannah has increased job listings by 364% in the same 18-month period mentioned earlier, and most metro areas around the state have increased jobs by anywhere from 15% to over 100%. Others have held steady, while a few have decreased, but overall, the state has experienced a large increase in jobs, even in a recession.

See pertinent information, city reviews, and jobs at:

GEORGIA: Fast-Growing Jobs and City Reviews


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