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Conyers, GA Overview Conyers, Georgia Rockdale County's only city and county seat, is a small town with a population ...

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Conyers, GA Overview

Conyers, Georgia Rockdale County's only city and county seat, is a small town with a population of less than 16,000 about 25 miles outside of Atlanta. Rockdale County has an estimated 87,000 residents in total, and the area around Rockdale has almost 2 million residents, which offers Conyers an economic boost. Conyers also recently absorbed the nearby city of Milstead.

Both Conyers and Georgia have costs of living a few percent below the national average. Conyers has an especially low housing and utilities index when compared to the rest of the United States.

Conyers, GA Job Opportunities

Rockdale County's two biggest industries are retail and construction, with healthcare coming in a close third. Additionally, a significant portion of Conyers' population is employed in sales, administrative and office support, transportation, and production jobs. Job seekers living in Conyers should expand job searches to include the greater Rockdale area, which offers considerably more firms and employment opportunities.

Conyers' entertainment industry and tourism industry have both received a boost thanks to the CW network's show, The Originals, filming off and on in Olde Town since 2013.

Conyers, GA Employment Trends

The Rockdale County Chamber of Commerce offers entrepreneurial courses that cover accounting, legal, marketing, and more to encourage residents to start small businesses. The recent recession caused Rockdale County's unemployment rate to spike, and while it's still at 7.9 percent, it has been steadily falling for the past 5 years.

Another small business incentive in Conyers, GA is the "Opportunity Zone," which offers tax credits to businesses in a certain area that add at least two jobs. The city's initiatives to expand their downtown include encouraging current business growth and attracting new businesses to the area. They're also working on their tourism industry by adding to their "Olde Town" historic district and by conducting several beautification projects around the city.

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