Georgia is one of those dreamy states. It is also known as the “Peach State” and the “Empire State of the South.” Atlanta is the state’s capital and most populous city. Besides Atlanta, Savannah, Macon, Columbus, and Augusta are often named as the best places to live in Georgia.The state has ocean access and beautiful mountain views. It was one of the original Confederate states and the last to be restored to the Union on July 15th, 1870. It is rich in history, just like all other eastern states, and is definitely worth exploring.
Georgia has a humid subtropical climate with hot summers, comfortable warm spring and fall, and mild, short winters. And you will have plenty of chances to take advantage of warm weather: from working on your tan at the beach to exploring one of Georgia’s numerous state parks.
Emory University and the military are the state’s largest employers. Georgia’s other strong industries include agriculture, healthcare, logistics, and manufacturing. The state is home to 17 Fortune 500 and 26 Fortune 1000 companies, including big names like Home Depot, Delta Airlines, and Coca-Cola. For the last few years, Georgia has ranked as one of the best states in the nation to do business. And thanks to generous tax incentives numerous movie and television production companies headed to Georgia making it the third most popular filming location, after California and New York.
Lower than the national average cost of living, good quality of life, and year-round warm weather make Georgia an excellent place to settle down. And to take advantage of all the state has to offer you’ll need a car. If you are bringing a car to Georgia from out of state, let Corsia Logistics arrange auto transport. Explore our guides to learn how vehicle shipping works.
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