Young, Skilled and Competitively Priced Labor Force
The average monthly salary in Georgia amounts to 410 USD, which includes blue and white collar workers, as well as C-suite employees. The country doesn't have minimum wage regulations.
Unemployment rate is 12.4%. It is noteworthy, that Georgian labor market offers young workforce - 50% of the unemployed population is in the 20-34 age category. Additionally, no working permits are required and citizens of 94 countries can stay in Georgia without visa during whole 1 year, which helps attracting professional employees from other countries in the wider region.
Georgia has quite flexible Labor Code. According to Heritage Foundation, Georgia has one of the most liberal labor environments not only in the region, but globally and Labor Freedom Index is 75.7 out of 100 score (26th globally).
Georgia has ratified all ILO core conventions and the country has 100% literacy rate.