Allstate Insurance Company will create 2,250 jobs in a Charlotte expansion project spanning three years, officials announced Wednesday.
The insurer is expected to invest more than $22 million in the Charlotte area in the expansion of its operations center, officials said in the announcement made at the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce in uptown.
“This is one of the largest job announcements in history for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg area in one time,” Gov. Roy Cooper said at the press conference. Jobs to be created will include claims specialists, actuaries, underwriters and information technology roles, he said.
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Ely Portillo: 704-358-5041, @ESPortillo
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