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Would you Adam and Eve it - some good news for a change. AOL UK is creating 125 new jobs at its call centre in Waterford, Ireland, to cope with an increase in demand for its services.

The jobs created will be in tech support, sales and customer services and will swell numbers at the centre to around 650 over the next couple of months. The ISP reckons the growth is down to its increasing success as an unmetered ISP and the launch of its broadband service.

Whatever.

The important thing is that jobs are being created at a time when all we seem to hear is news that companies are axing jobs. Anyhow, if this is up your street then email your CV to AOLRecruitWD@AOL.com. Best of luck. ®

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