When companies based abroad invest in the United States and create jobs for Americans.
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Private Sector Workforce Employed by FDI:
U.S. subsidiaries in Georgia play a vital role in supporting jobs. They now employ 217,500 Georgians—an increase of about 14% since 2002.
Georgia has proven to be an attractive location for international employers, ranking 10th in the United States in the number of employees supported by U.S. subsidiaries.
In fact, the relative portion of jobs in Georgia supplied by U.S. subsidiaries remains significant. They provide the livelihood for more than 6% of Georgia's private-sector workforce.
Georgia ranks 14th in the country in the share of its workforce supported by U.S. subsidiaries.
U.S. subsidiaries’ employment in Georgia is heavily concentrated in manufacturing. More than 35% of these jobs are in manufacturing industries.
U.S. subsidiaries support 80,800 manufacturing workers in Georgia.