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T-Mobile Austria takes on 30 new young apprentices

Wednesday 31 July 2013 | 11:25 CET | News
T-Mobile Austria has confirmed that 30 new apprentices will start their training with the company on 01 August. Over the next three years, the young people will be trained in sales and specialist mobile phone and mobile internet technology roles. This brings the total number of young people on apprenticeships with the company to more than 90.

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Companies: T-Mobile Austria
Countries: Austria
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