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Duluth GA

Why Choose Duluth?

Educated & Skilled Labor Force

Duluth has an educated and professional workforce.

Educational attainment (% with bachelor’s degree or higher):

Duluth: 42.6%

Gwinnett County: 34.7%

Atlanta Region: 35.8%

United States: 29.8%

Source: 2015 ACS Five-Year Estimates

Gwinnett County and metro Atlanta are home to 57 public and private institutions of higher education, which enroll over 250,000 students in a variety of degree programs. These students represent a large and continuous talent pool from which companies can source their employees.

Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) is one of the best in the country. Duluth High School is ranked #25 in Georgia, out of 418 high schools.

In addition, Duluth residents have access to five charter schools in Gwinnett County, including the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology, which is ranked the #3 Best High School in the country, the #2 Charter School in the country, and #1 High School in the state.

GCPS is a two-time Broad Prize winner: 2010 and 2014 (Awarded annually to the large urban school district that shows the greatest academic performance and improvement while narrowing achievement gaps between income and ethnic groups)

Duluth has a high 25 to 34 year-old Population, a key demographic that companies target when hiring and developing talent.

Duluth: 16.9%

Gwinnett County: 13.6%

Metro Atlanta: 14.0%

United States: 13.6%

Source: 2015 ACS Five-Year Estimates

Diversity in Residents

One of Duluth's strengths is its diverse population and welcoming atmosphere towards people of all backgrounds and cultures.

Duluth Racial Demographics




    Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 


    White alone


    Black or African American alone


    American Indian and Alaska Native alone


    Asian alone


    Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone


    Some other race alone


    Two or more races


Source: 2015 ACS Five-Year Estimates

More than 26% of Duluth’s residents were born in a country other than the United States. Of these foreign-born residents, 70% are from Asia, and 17% are from Latin America.
(Source: 2015 ACS Five-Year Estimates)