The company already lists several dozen job openings for Atlanta. The hiring includes various engineering jobs, as well as legal, sales, recruiting and other human resources positions.
Gov. Nathan Deal said the region is already home to many musicians, a thriving film industry and a large tech. He called Pandora’s investment “a testament to the value of our highly skilled workforce and business-friendly environment for attracting innovative companies.”
Atlanta job growth has been strong, with the region accounting for most of the state's hiring.
The latest metro Atlanta jobs report from the Georgia Labor Department is due Thursday.
In a statement, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms compared the city and the company. “Like Pandora, Atlanta sits at the nexus of music and technology,” she said.