Technical Workforce

Brantley County offers a well-educated, trainable workforce with an excellent work ethic. More than 75% of Brantley’s workforce hold a high school diploma or higher. Continued educational opportunities are easily accessible nearby in Waycross (South Georgia State College and Coastal Pines Technical College), Jesup (Coastal Pines Technical College) and Brunswick (College of Coastal Georgia).

Brantley County sits poised to pioneer into the digital landscape. Brantley Telephone Company features a fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network offering advanced Internet services and superior broadband speeds, as well as a variety of local telephone options and an IP-based television service. This state-of-the-art infrastructure allows businesses, schools and residents to incorporate technology into their daily lives and ensures that the Brantley County workforce is prepared to accept the challenges of the future. Local classes are offered in computer technology through government agencies, technical colleges and private businesses, making Brantley County employees technologically literate.”


Brantley County’s well-educated, trainable workforce with an excellent work ethic, and ample land and industrial sites served by rail and utilities make Brantley County an ideal location of industry and manufacturing of all types.

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