Atlanta is growing… and AT&T is looking to hire almost 1,000 in the metro area.
Atlanta has been an important city since the mid-19th century. It is also one of the most resilient and determined cities in the country:
- In 1864, the city’s residents were driven from their homes and the city was destroyed
- In 1917, almost 2,000 buildings were destroyed by “The Great Fire”
- Between 1970 and 1990, the city lost over 100,000 residents, over 20% of its population
Despite these challenges, Atlanta emerged as one America’s most important cities.
In 1996, Atlanta hosted the Summer Olympic Games which created a watershed for growth, attracting rising housing prices, a booming economy and new programs focusing on arts and culture.
Today, you can be a part of the transformation of Atlanta, with one of the 900 positions AT&T is looking to fill, which includes communication roles from support staff to public relations and marketing.
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