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Where the Jobs Are — EVP Kim Wallace Confirms AJC Findings as “Hiring Jumps at Small Businesses, Slows at Large Companies”

“In the day-to-day needs of the metro Atlanta labor market, signs of the shift in big company attitudes are clear.”
Kim Wallace, Executive Vice President in the Atlanta Journal Constitution

With large companies feeling uncertainty over global market trends, small to medium employers are the ones adding jobs, reports AJC business writer Michael E. Kanell. According to Glassdoor, December job listings were down 15.6% among companies with more than 5,000 employees, yet job openings were up 17.1% at companies with fewer than 200 workers.

The ability to fit in with startup culture may be a significant factor for filling these roles. Read more insights from EVP Kim Wallace in the full article here.

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