Technology wages in Georgia continued to increase, adding $.65B to the state’s economy. Wages were up 2.6% bringing the total to $6.44B in 2018. This growth is more than the increase of $.44B seen from 2016 to 2017, signaling companies continue to find valuable talent and provide strong benefits to employees in the state.
Georgia continues to be among top in the country, currently ranked #10 nationally for overall private sector technology wages. However, Georgia wage growth was less than national average during a time when many states are seeing growth as a result of the strong economy.