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115 Job Openings At AT&T

More jobs are coming to Texoma.

AT&T announced Tuesday the company has 115 job openings at the Wichita Falls call center and they are looking for applicants to fill the positions. The available positions are full-time with benefits.

State Senator Craig Estes welcomed the jobs announcement and Chamber of Commerce President Michael Paris called it great news.

The calling center is located at 4300 Kell Blvd in Wichita Falls, TX.

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