Creating New Jobs

February 2002
Georgia Trend;Feb2002, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p53
Provides information about the city of Statesboro, Georgia. Growth of job opportunities; Expansion of industrial operations; Cooperative efforts of city officials on generating jobs; Improvement in the quality of life in city neighborhoods.


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