If you want to get the job done right, you have to find the right people.
Every business on the planet, from locally owned and operated stores to Fortune 500 companies, are only as good as their employees. In Alpharetta, we’re proud to be home to some of the smartest minds in the world of tech.
65 percent of Alpharetta’s residents own a bachelor’s degree or higher, which is more than double the national average. With a daytime population over 122,000, Alpharetta boasts 4,632 workers per square mile; that’s more than major metropolises like Denver, Houston, Charlotte, Nashville, Austin, and even Atlanta. With a labor draw area of 1.7 million potential workers, we are sure you will find the right talent for your needs.
When it comes to college degrees, our workforce has credentials that are hard to compete with. No matter what heights you want your business to reach, our workers come equipped with the invaluable knowledge it takes to get there.
- 26.4% Graduate or Professional Degree
- 64.6% Bachelor’s Degree
- 6.6% Associate’s Degree
82% of Alpharetta residents are employed in professional, managerial, technical, sales and administrative positions. Our citizens don’t just have degrees—they’ve got the experience and working knowledge needed to take any business to the next level.
- 20% of individuals earn $100k or more
- 82% employed in professional/technical sector
- 65,799 Total City Population
Alpharetta’s population nearly doubles during the day. That means that employees are coming from throughout the region to work for Alpharetta’s growing number of tech companies and corporate headquarter locations. With great accessibility and a superior quality of life, it’s no wonder we’ve previously been ranked as one of the nation’s fastest-growing cities, one of the 50 best places to live in the US, and the number one place to live in Georgia, and it’s getting better every day.
- 122k+ Daytime Population
- 1,034,600k+ People with 30 minutes drive time
- 4,632 Workers per Sq. Mile
Universities and Colleges
Alpharetta’s highly educated workforce comes from all over the state and beyond. Whether it’s the remarkable public and private schools throughout the state to the numerous community and technical colleges—like Gwinnett Technical College, building right here in Alpharetta—you’ll have a pipeline of refined minds ready to come work for you.
See where Alpharetta’s many public and private universities are harvesting the forward-thinkers of tomorrow’s tech enterprises: