Housing over 400,000 people, Atlanta is the third largest metropolitan area in the Southern United States. A booming economy containing over 12 Fortune 500 companies, 2,100 international companies and thousands of other businesses, Atlanta has no shortage of career opportunities.
From trendy Buckhead to the eclectic Little Five Points, the city of Atlanta has much to offer in the way of diverse neighborhoods at a variety of price points. With no end of things to do, from watching the Atlanta Braves play baseball to touring the World of Coca Cola — entertainment, shopping and a host of other attractions abound.
Burnt to the ground in 1864 by General Sherman during the Civil War, Atlantans slowly rebuilt the city surpassing its former glory by building the city around a forest of trees. Named by National Geographic as a “place of a lifetime” to live, Atlanta proves itself to be a proud metropolitan city offering one of the country’s best places to reside in.