ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Comcast says it’s expanding its workforce in the Twin Cities.

The cable and Internet provider says it will add 400 jobs at the company’s regional office in downtown St. Paul beginning early next year.

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The new jobs will include additional customer service representatives and managers in Comcast’s existing call center. The company is adding 45,000 square feet at its regional facility to accommodate the new employees.

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Comcast says it will begin advertising and posting new positions within the next month.

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