AMHERST, NY. (WIVB) - There is good news for job seekers, as a national company looks to hire more associates in western New York.
Geico is hiring 4,000 new associates in 2013 and Hiring Manager Carl Camardo says the biggest piece of that number is going to be in their Getzville office.
The company will host numerous training classes starting in January and February in claims, customer service and sales, and applications are now being accepted.
Job seekers can learn more information from Geico's website.
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