MILWAUKEE (WTAQ) - AT&T has started to hire 90 new people in Wisconsin, and all but 10 of them are getting newly-created jobs.
The communications' giant announced the hirings Friday in Milwaukee, with Governor Scott Walker on hand.
Most work involves the installation of AT&T's "U"-Verse TV and Internet service in people's homes. The rest of the jobs include sales and administrative work.
AT&T employs about 35-hundred people in Wisconsin, and has spent hundreds of millions of dollars in recent years on its wireless network in the state.
The firm says about 50 of the new jobs will be in Milwaukee, and the rest will be spread throughout Wisconsin.