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JPMorgan Chase hires 40 for first Baltimore ‘virtual’ call center

October 23, 2023

JPMorgan Chase and Co. has hired 40 workers for its first virtual call center in Baltimore, a program that allows customer-service employees to work from home.n The 40 workers, who are initially being paid $22.50 per hour, are just the first wave of hires for the virtual call center program, as Chase (NYSE: JPM) officials said there are plans to hire more people in Baltimore. Chase debuted its first virtual call center a year ago in Detroit where the center has 90 workers.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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