Where is Visa Creating 1,000 New Jobs?

Visa is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Midtown Atlanta, Georgia. The new facility will total 123,000 square feet, which will need new employees. As a result, this will create 1,000 new jobs. So this is exciting news! This expansion is also another example of how Right to Work states encourage economic growth.

From Area Development Magazine:

“Atlanta brings together a wealth of expertise and talent with entrepreneurial spirit and a deep sense of community culture. […] We are [glad] to enhance our long-term presence in Atlanta.” […]

“For decades, leadership in Georgia has placed a priority on supporting the university system and educating Georgians for the jobs of the future. Visa’s investment in Georgia is a testament to the strong pipeline of diverse talent we continue to produce in the state. […] In back to back years, Atlanta has been named the No. 1 tech hub in the U.S. It is very exciting to see a company like Visa join our roster of world-renowned payment and FinTech leaders that have chosen to invest and build the industry here. Many thanks to Visa for choosing to invest in Georgia.” […]

“Metro Atlanta is the global hub of the FinTech and payment processing industries as a result of years of strategic ecosystem support and the collaboration of many partners. […] Visa will no doubt benefit from initiatives like Fintech Atlanta, the Fintech Academy, and FinTech South as well as the diverse and industry-specific expertise of our metro Atlanta workforce. Congratulations to Visa and all of the organizations that supported this decision.”


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