A Georgia Senate Study Committee tasked with looking at ways to strengthen and sustain the state’s workforce presented its final recommendations late last week – during their sixth meetings of the off-session. The committee was created as a result of Senate Resolution 275 during the 2023 Legislative Session with bipartisan support and was made up of both legislative and non-legislative members.

“Our focus on expanding Georgia’s workforce is not just a policy initiative; it’s an investment in our state’s future,” said Sen. John Albers, R-Roswell, who chaired the committee. “By harnessing the talents and skills of our citizens, we are not only ensuring economic growth but also creating a vibrant and sustainable community for generations of Georgians to come.” 

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