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The Cobb School is ranked as one of America's best workplaces by Forbes

Sophie-Ann McCulloch

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COBB COUNTY, GA - Cobb Schools was ranked number 22 on the list of Best of Employers in Georgia, according to Forbes. To obtain a spot on this prestigious list, Cobb has to compete against some of the best national brands including Nike, Bank of America, Publix, and IBM.

The number 22 spot also marks Cobb's success in defeating other employers in Georgia, including Georgia Institute of Technology, Wellstar Health System, Coca-Cola, Aflac, and Chick-fil-A. What makes it even more impressive is the next closest K-12 school district was ranked more than 25 spots below Cobb Schools.

The judges evaluate and decide the number according to a direct and indirect recommendation made by the employee who was surveyed to rate their experience on said institutions and their willingness to recommend their employers to family and friends.

Employees were also asked to rate other employers in other industries and states that stood out to them positively or negatively.

Since 2019, Cobbs has been ranked as Georgia's best employer when Forbes launched the award together with Statista Inc.

In 2021, America's Best-In-State Employers were identified via a personal survey based on approximately 80,000 American workers from more than 500 companies as the sample. The survey considered many aspects such as salary, the potential for growth, working conditions, and diversity.

Cobb's Board Chair, Randy Scamihorn agrees with the awards and said that Cobb is indeed the best place to teach, lead, and learn. The team of educators in schools across the county is working with passion, they love what they do, where they work, and continue to push their students to be the best.

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