If you’re searching for a new job, considering changing careers or hoping to land a job after you graduate from college this spring, your future is bright in A-Town!
Experts predict that Amazon will choose Atlanta or Northern Virginia for its new headquarters, according to PR Newswire. The company plans to hire up to 50,000 people to work at its new headquarters. Amazon or not, Atlanta is still expected to add 52,000 new jobs over 2018, according to PNC Financial Services economist Mekael Teshome. There’s more…
- WalletHub recently revealed its 2018’s Best Places to Find a Job list and Atlanta ranked 28th out of 182 U.S. cities.
- The state is expected to see 2% employment growth in 2018, which is faster than the projected 1.1% growth forecasted nationally according to the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
- Solid statewide economic growth in Georgia over the past few years is projected to continue through 2018, according to a forecast by The University of Georgia.
- Honeywell, which is a major American technology and manufacturing company, already chose Atlanta for the new headquarters of its home and building technologies division, as well as a new software development center. Hiring has already started for both new facilities which are projected to employ 800 people by 2020 according to the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
- Health insurance company, Anthem, announced plans in October to relocate its existing Atlanta IT center to a new building slated to open in 2020 as part of its commitment to expand its IT footprint in Atlanta.
The future may be ripe with opportunity, however it’s up to you to capitalize on it. Dale Carnegie said, “Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.” Ask yourself, what is preventing you from attaining your professional and personal goals? Don’t give up! Instead, consider another path to success; one that nearly eight million people in over 90 countries have chosen—a Dale Carnegie course. Here are a few to consider based on your particular needs:
The Dale Carnegie Course
Perhaps you have great ideas, but lack the confidence to present them. You may struggle under stressful circumstances or when you have to address a tough topic or situation with a co-worker. If so, the world-class Dale Carnegie Course will enable you to gain powerful people skills.
Leadership Training For Managers
Are you responsible for motivating and managing a team, but lack the skills required to be successful in doing so? You can learn effective problem solving, coaching, delegation and motivational techniques by enrolling in our Leadership Training for Managers course.
High Impact Presentations
Do you or your employees’ presentations lack persuasion and punch? The two-day High Impact Presentations seminar is as close as you can get to teaming up with a personal public speaking coach. Participants present at least seven times and improve their performance by evaluating and learning from their videotaped presentations.