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NARS bringing additional jobs to Cape Girardeau
National Asset Recovery Services is bringing 100 additional jobs to its Cape Girardeau location, company officials said.
One of Cape Girardeau County's largest employers, the company is hoping to hire at-home call center agents — who work from home — in August. Every two weeks NARS will gradually hire its employment force until it reaches the 100th person. At that point, the company will evaluate how many more employees it will hire.
"With all that is going on in the economy and the flexibility that people are wanting in the workplace, we hope to attract those who are not only the right fit but will be loyal to our company," said David Owenby, senior vice president of operations.