The telecommunications industry around the country is seeing growth, and just one example of the various outlets looking to hire is AT&T, which is seeking around 200 employees for its retail stores in Oklahoma and Florida.

Almost 140 jobs are open in their stores throughout Oklahoma in various positions. These include technicians to take care of the company's U-verse TV, Internet and phone bundle installations, sales consultants, and customer service representatives for call centers as well as retail hiring, according to the Edmond Sun.

AT&T currently employs more than 4,000 people throughout Oklahoma, from technicians to service representatives. Retail positions include retail sales and retail store management.

The company has also added 75 positions at its Wireless Way store in Oklahoma City, which supports small and medium businesses who purchase the company's services.

In addition, the company plans to hire around 60 total employees for its retail stores in Palm Beach County, Florida, according to the South Florida Sun Sentinel. They have 10 current retail stores in the country. AT&T has said it plans to hire more than 230 retail workers in the South Florida region by the end of October.

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