According to State Fiscal Economist Jeffrey Dorfman, the economy in Georgia is in good shape. And it’s his job to know.
At a recent meeting in Rome he said, “During the pandemic, Georgia managed to save over $70 billion. And despite inflation increasing prices, they still have over $50 billion left.”
In more good news, he also said that Georgia has added almost 170,000 jobs since the beginning of the pandemic. According to Jeff, the state has done a good job of creating jobs, especially in warehousing and manufacturing, and there are two job openings for everyone seeking a job.
– Jan Schroder, The Georgia 100