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AT$T Brings Outsourced Jobs Back to U.S. !

San Antonio-based AT&T Inc. announced plans Wednesday to bring 175 call center jobs once outsourced overseas back to the United States, part of a group of 5,000 outsourced jobs company officials plan to fold back into its operations. The new call center, to be located at AT&T Arkansas' headquarters in Little Rock, will help callers who have AT&T Yahoo! High Speed Internet services. The new union-represented jobs will bring AT&T Arkansas up to 2,800 employees with a $135 million payroll, said president Ed Drilling. "These jobs are currently outsourced to other companies and a lot of the work is actually done overseas," Drilling told a news conference at the Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce. "We're bringing these jobs as part of an ongoing commitment back into the country." Download complete story in PDF format.

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