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Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz wants the company to build on its existing presence in Hunt Valley. In a letter to CEO Dan Schulman, Kamenetz urged PayPal to increase the 1,000 workers it already employs in the operations center in Hunt Valley and PayPal Credit headquarters in Timonium.
— Kevin Kamenetz (@kevinkamenetz) May 3, 2016
From the letter:
We have the financial, cyber, software engineering and experienced operations talent ready for PayPal to recruit. Our workforce development team already has helped the PayPal Hunt Valley operations center successfully find qualified workers. With rapid communications connecting operations centers to the world, it makes sense for PayPal to consider expanding its Hunt Valley operations.
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