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Time Warner Looking For More Workers
Time Warner Cable says it’s hiring 124 workers in Columbus, Findlay and Zanesville.
The bulk of the jobs will be in Columbus. Time Warner spokesman Mike Hogan says although cable service has declined, requests for other services such as internet have increased. And he says that sparked the need to hire.
“We have a lot of new products and services available to customers, and there’s just a demand,” Hogan says.
The jobs will include sales associates, customer services representatives, and technical support positions.