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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Comcast plans to add 50 jobs at its Beaverton call center as it shifts work from California.

The company said it's in the process of consolidating call centers across the West and converting the remaining sites to focus on particular specialties. The Beaverton call center will now focus exclusively on sales.

Comcast had 500 call center employees in Beaverton last spring when it announced plans to add 100 new workers at the site. The new jobs, announced today, are in addition to those.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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