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Contact Centers

A Leading Contact Center and Business Service Center Destination

Why Georgia for Contact Centers

  • Abundant talent
  • Moderate wages
  • Prominent headquarters base
  • Distinction for work ethic
  • Certified Customer Service Specialist Program (CCSS) available at technical colleges across the state

Georgia Leads


Contact Center Locations

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Contact Center-Related Occupations

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Contact Center Job Market

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Top Employers

Georgia's full contact centers support a variety of industries that are located throughout the state.

  • State Farm Insurance: Atlanta, 6,000 employees
  • Internal Revenue Service Center: Chamblee, 4,311 employees
  • Chime Solutions: Morrow, 1,200 employees
  • IBM Corp.: Smyrna, 900 employees
  • T-Mobile USA: Augusta, 850 employees
  • T-Mobile Call Center: Atlanta, 850 employees
  • E*TRADE Financial Corp. Call Center: Alpharetta, 800 employees



Jobs from New Locations & Expansion

Georgia Power ED Industry Database, 2023


Customer Service Certifications in 2022

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Average Hourly Earnings

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Explore Your Workforce

Discover your community's readiness for contact centers by exploring existing industry-related talent close to home.

Quality Talent for Less

Georgia is known for its high-quality affordable workforce. Wage rates in the state typically fall below the national average. The state’s contact center occupational wages are no exception.

  • Projected growth of 9% in contact center occupations over the next decade compared to 4% nationally
  • Average hourly earnings of $20.74 compared to $22.29 nationally

Contact Centers Publication

Contact Centers Publication