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Atlanta Business Chronicle interviews assistant dean about job growth in Georgia

Melissa Furman, assistant dean in the James M. Hull College of Business, recently spoke to the Atlanta Business Chronicle about the future growth of Georgiaโ€™s logistics and warehousing industry. Furman details the need for new workers for new kinds of jobs as well as the need to replace those in the baby boomer generation who are getting ready to retire.

Atlanta Business Chronicle: Logistics industry considers how to recruit youth, veteran, millennial workers

April 8, 2018

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