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Call-center company said today it is preparing to hire 175 customer-service and sales representatives this month and next.
Hundreds of new jobs in Davenport will give the Quad City Area a nice boost. APAC, a customer service center near the Mount Joy Airport, is expanding. The call center is looking to fill 500 customer service positions by the end of the year. Already, APAC has hired 74 new employees, and seeing around 150 applicants each week. The Quad Cities Chamber said the additional adds dollar signs and other jobs to the economy, "500 jobs and 500 new paychecks will add another 143 jobs to our economy, so there's an indirect impact in addition to these job announcements, and roughly that means every year our economy will benefit by 36 and half million dollars," said Tara Barney, from the QC Chamber.
Unemployment across the county and across Colorado remains stuck at about 8%. Analysts expect the hiring outlook to stay sluggish in the months ahead. So an announcement of 500 new full-time jobs that pay a decent salary is encouraging to those who've been looking for work for months.
Sitel is planning on hiring 250 for its call center and "Work@Home Solutions" operations in Las Cruces. The Las Cruces facility handles customer service calls for the banking industry and technical support calls for the satellite TV industry.
On Thursday, NOVO 1 announced it plans to hire 600 workers: 300 at its Fort Worth call center in the Centreport office park just south of Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, 100 in Denison and 200 in Holland, Mich.
Telemarketing giant DialAmerica is planning to add at
least 70 people to its Amherst workforce as part of a nationwide
expansion, fueled by new contracts and expanded business. Read more at: http://www.bizjournals.com/buffalo/news/2011/11/23/dialamerica-adding-jobs-in-wny.html?s=print
A New Jersey-based telemarketing company is planning to open a new office in Clearwater and hire more than 100 employees.
Dial America put out the call for job applicants and the company says it's latest round of hiring was a huge success.
About 100 remaining employees at Clearwire in East Milton are getting an early Christmas present: their jobs are going to stay in the area.
AMHERST — Fourteen months after a call centre pulled out of town, Amherst Mayor Robert Small said he welcomes the arrival of another.