Gwinnett’s Workforce is Diverse and Abundant

In a global economy where talent is the #1 challenge for an enterprises’ success and sustainability, Gwinnett’s ability to cultivate and retain the students we educate, the local employees we invest in and the leaders who will manage innovation and growth is mission critical. Gwinnett’s current and future talent provides our businesses with a competitive edge and serves as a community differentiator.

Labor Force

From Gwinnett and Metro Atlanta

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Net Migration

3,680 Domestic and 3,545 International

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Students Enrolled

K to PhD

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Gwinnett is the second largest community in the state of Georgia, expected to exceed one million residents in the next decade. Also, one of the most ethnically diverse populations in the United States, Gwinnett’s resident talent positions our community well for global competitiveness.

Diversity Index

The diversity index measures the probability that two people from Gwinnett county will be from different race/ethnic groups.

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Numbers in Labor Force by Age

Labor Force by Age Percentage

  • 16 to 19
  • 20 to 24
  • 25 to 29
  • 30 to 34
  • 35 to 44
  • 45 to 54
  • 55 to 59
  • 60 to 64
  • 65 to 74
  • 75+

Gwinnett’s Marketplace is Accessible

Gwinnett County, metro Atlanta, Georgia has a labor draw area that is accessible via major highways, connecting the county to commerce, travel and academic institutions. Business and talent in Gwinnett have a 30-minute drive to  Downtown Atlanta, 45-minute drive to the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and a 60-minute drive the University of Georgia.

  • 30-minute drive from downtown Atlanta, Georgia

  • 45 to 60-minute drive from Athens, Georgia, home of the University of Georgia

  • 45-minute drive to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport