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AT&T to fill 40 jobs in Tampa Bay as part of 460 hires statewide

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AT&T to add about 40 bay area jobs

AT&T plans to fill more than 40 new jobs in the Tampa Bay area — and 460 positions throughout Florida — to support its growing retail business.

Most jobs will be technicians and retail employees, the telecom company said Friday.

AT&T hired about 1,230 people between January and June, bringing its total workforce statewide to more than 15,000.

"We continue to invest in our networks and Florida job growth to ensure our customers have a great experience whether it's on their mobile device, in one of our stores or on the phone," AT&T Florida president Joe York said in a statement.

For details, go to att.jobs.

Jeff Harrington, Times staff writer

AT&T to fill 40 jobs in Tampa Bay as part of 460 hires statewide 08/29/14 [Last modified: Friday, August 29, 2014 8:35pm]
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