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By Jennifer Emert - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -  Despite southwest Georgia's double-digit unemployment rate, a company that's been a part of the community for more than 50 years will add jobs.  

Liberty National Life Insurance Company will hold a hiring event later this month.

The company says it recently launched its most aggressive growth in its 109 year history and could add as many as 50 jobs in Albany. There are also opportunities if you're willing to relocate. 

"We're licensed to operate in 49 states and we're presently in 20 plus states and we're trying to expand to get into those remaining state that we don't have agents in now," said Branch Manager Rodney Scott.

The hiring event will be held August 19th at the Albany Chamber of Commerce.

Interviews will be at nine, noon, and three. You need to bring your resume and come dressed in business attire.

      • For more information you can log onto their website HERE


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