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OKLAHOMA CITY – A Utah-based, technology-enabled credit repair company is bringing 500 jobs to the city, filling 50,000 square feet of office space in the OKC Works building on W. Reno Avenue. About 400 more people will be hired the next five years at an expected wage of $33,288, Celeste Edmunds, a company spokeswoman, told The Journal Record. ,Click here for career information. This location is the fast-growing company's eighth new office in the last seven years.  Selection is said to be based upon OKC culture and environment, plus incentives from the Oklahoma City Economic Development Trust  - based upon a projected $78 million local economic impact over three years. “This is a sizable win,” said Kurt Foreman, executive vice president of economic development for the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber, told The Journal Record. “It’s another great opportunity with a company that’s fast-growing and well-regarded. They want to be the kind of employers that people want to work for.” READ MORE of this story at The Journal Record by Molly M. Fleming Courtesy photo


Community colleges see increase in STEM enrollment

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OMRF scientists find clues to MS-induced vision loss

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OU wins NASA competition – VIDEO

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