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More than 600 call center jobs could become available in Lancaster, but only if the local workforce meets specific criteria.
Keith Tunnell, president of the Lancaster County Economic Development Corp., said a call center company is interested in relocating to the city of Lancaster.
The company, which has not released its name, is comparing Lancaster’s available workforce with two other cities in consideration. The other cities have also not been named.
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