Springfield, MO

IBM to hire over 100 employees in Columbia

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Tech company IBM plans to hire more than 100 new employees for its Columbia office.

The hires are expected to qualify IBM for $3 million in tax credits through the Missouri Department of Economic Development.

“Many of these new-collar jobs do not always require a four-year college degree, but they’re in some of technology’s fastest growing fields, from cloud computing and cyber security to digital design and data science,” IBM spokesman Clint Roswell said.

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