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TaxSlayer to hire 150 employees

EVANS, GA (WFXG) -

Tax season is a few months away but one company is already preparing for the rush.

TaxSlayer held a job fair at its headquarters in Evans on Thursday afternoon. The company said it is looking to hire around 150 people for the upcoming tax season.

These employees will serve as either customer service representatives or technical assistants to nearly 7,000 TaxSlayer Pro and TaxSlayer.com customers.

"Some of the skills we are looking for are customer service; anyone who has a lot of experience in that particular field," said Craig Smith, who is a manager at TaxSlayer. "We're also looking for individuals that are good with computers; familiar with networking and technical aspects with different processors such as Microsoft Office. We are looking for someone who will be able to learn our individual support behind the scene and people who enjoy helping individuals."

If you missed the job fair, you can still apply by heading to www.taxslayercorp.com. Applications will be accepted until the end of October.

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