Georgia’s Shrinking Middle Class Opportunity

A good-paying job is the cornerstone of a secure middle-class life, but Georgia’s private sector economy is failing to provide enough of them. Industries in Georgia that pay a middle-class wage suffered most during the Great Recession, and have come back more slowly than low- and high-wage industries during the recovery. Families either already considered middle class or trying to work their way there cannot thrive if the economy fails to provide sufficient opportunities.  Download the full report.

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