FCC promises 100,000 jobs to staff 'call centers'

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4 August 2011

Washington (CNN) -- A hundred thousand jobs are forecast from the creation of "call centers" that would be based in the United States, according to a statement ahead of a planned announcement Thursday by the head of the Federal Communications Commission.

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski will unveil the project at an event in Jeffersonville, Indiana, along with business leaders from the group "Jobs4America." They are hoping to generate 100,000 jobs the next two years at call centers that would provide a variety of consumer support services.

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