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Comcast to hire 150 workers in Twin Cities

The cable and internet company says it will add 100 customer service agents to its billing office in St. Paul and 50 to its customer loyalty center in Minnetonka, the Business Journal reports.
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The cable and internet company says it will add 100 customer service agents to its billing office in St. Paul and 50 to its customer loyalty center in Minnetonka, the Business Journal reports.

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