5 Favorite Features of ChattanoogaCalling.com

The secret about Chattanooga is out. There are plenty of websites that name Chattanooga as the best place for remote work and home to the best jobs in Tennessee. Chattanooga has also been recognized as a top destination for startups in the Southeast, partly because of infrastructure such as the country’s best, certified utility power grid.

With Chattanooga reaching over 1 billion earned media impressions last year, talent attraction and retention teams can endlessly scour the internet for talking points about what makes our city great. But, wait, there’s a more efficient way. Did you know there’s a comprehensive website where recruiters and HR managers can find great resources about working and living in Chattanooga?

Launched in 2020, ChattanoogaCalling.com is a one-stop resource for job-seekers looking to move to Chattanooga and recruiters looking to attract external talent. The website recently reached an impressive milestone of earning over 726 million impressions since its launch — solidifying Chattanooga as a top destination to live and work.

With ChattanoogaCalling.com, bringing great talent to our city has never been easier. To showcase this incredible resource, here are five favorite features of ChattanoogaCalling.com for recruiters and talent attraction teams:

1. The Interactive Map

Whether it’s healthcare, transport and logistics, IT or anything in between, Chattanooga is home to a wide variety of industries. ChattanoogaCalling.com features an interactive map of where these different industries are located around Chattanooga. Recruiters can use this data to showcase how many like-minded professionals there are throughout our region and paint Chattanooga as a city where individuals can connect, collaborate and grow.

2. Cost of Living Calculator

Chattanooga is known for its great quality of life. With the cost-of-living calculator, ChattanoogaCalling.com reveals just how affordable a great quality of life can be. Recruiters can scroll through a list of major metropolitans, select a city and enter their yearly salary to show candidates how much further a dollar goes in Chattanooga.

3. Neighborhood Personality Quiz

Moving to a new city can be a difficult decision, especially if you don’t know the area. Thankfully, ChattanoogaCalling.com makes it easy for recruiters to show candidates perfect neighborhoods based on their personalities. By answering questions about likes, hobbies and favorite pastimes, candidates can choose which Chattanooga neighborhood best fits their lifestyle. Whether it’s the countryside quietness of Soddy-Daisy, the urban energy of Downtown, or the historic charm of St. Elmo, Chattanooga has a place for all to call home

4. Remote Work Resource

More and more companies are now hiring remote workers. Backed by a 100% fiber-optics network, Chattanooga’s fast and reliable internet makes working from home a dream. Remote teams can operate at peak efficiency thanks to the 10-gigabit broadband network powered by EPB. With the Work Here section of ChattanoogaCalling.com, recruiters can introduce candidates to this great resource with information about our high-speed internet and curated Airbnb listings for the perfect workation spot.

5. Quality of Life Resource

With the Live Here section of ChattanoogaCalling.com, recruiters can provide insights into what life in the Scenic City looks like. Here, visitors can find information including average weather and median home price. They can also deep dive into the city’s culture, childcare options, food scene and more. From scenic mountains and rushing rivers to a vibrant downtown brimming with museums, shops and galleries, Chattanooga has something for everyone.

As cities across the country compete for great talent, ChattanoogaCalling.com offers recruiters in our community a head start. ChattanoogaCalling.com was created by the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Chattanooga Tourism Co., EPB and Development Counselors International (DCI).

Learn more about the success of ChattanoogaCalling.com through our DCI partners, here.

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